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Summer is a gifted singer-songwriter from Maryland who has the unique ability to connect with diverse audiences, and bring hope and joy everywhere she goes.  Summer’s debut project “Love Letters” is a fresh and intimate recording of her journey through intense personal hardship while clinging to the true love of her life – God.  The debut single “Promised (Never Alone)” has penetrated terrestrial and online radio across the U.S., Canada, and England, and the music video for the single has been featured on Aspire TV and Badami TV.    
 
Summer has been blessed to be the featured artist for the annual Caring Awards for several years in honor of benevolent officials, celebrities, and rising stars, such as Retired Four Star General Colin Powell, Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, former NBA star Dikembe Mutombo, and Emmy Award Winning Actress Jane Seymour.  Summer was selected to close out the “Thanks Obama” event on President Obama’s last night in office with powerful renditions of the national anthem and “God Bless America.”  Summer has released several recording projects with other artists, including Charles Butler and Trinity, the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) Exalting Him Finalists (with the trio “Power”), and Emory University's Gospel Choir to name a few. Summer was honored with receiving the 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year Award.
 
Summer is compelled by her personal commitment and passionate conviction to serve God wholly. She serves as Worship Director and leads youth and young adult ministries at LongView Bible Church in Baltimore, MD. For over two years Summer produced and hosted “SummerTime” a one hour talk radio show on BRITEradio.com, which gave her a platform to inspire and encourage people across the globe, and highlight outstanding local ministries from everyday people.  Summer’s most treasured ministry is at home, where she is raising her two sons to be men after God’s own heart.


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My new single "I Need You" is available now!!!


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