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That's the message singer , a founding member of roots gospel trio The Sojourners, had for Prince Albert residents as his group prepares for its upcoming performance in the city.
"We're not evangelists, we're not preachers. They don't have to fear that we're going to come out with 10 pound Bibles and start preaching at them," Mosely said with a chuckle. Rawlinson Centre on Tuesday, Oct.
For Mosely, who was born in Texas and grew up in California, gospel music has both a spiritual and social significance.
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Their first record with McClelland (who replaced founding member Ron Small due to health reasons), the album marks a shift towards more socially conscious material and includes classic anthems such as I Shall Be Released and For What It's Worth.
"I was very much a part of that protest era and Turinabol Risks the whole sort of peace movement and that back in the 60s, and I'm particularly very happy and excited that that's coming back around again that people are starting to take their protests to the streets," Mosely said, noting that the group hopes to inspire people and speak to that energy with their new CD.
Music as an escape from social ills was instrumental in Mosely's chosen career path.
His mother, in the words of the group's website, "always had a song on her lips," whether singing with her congregation at church or working menial jobs in Texas.
"You could always hear her humming a tune or singing very softly, singing a gospel tune," he recalled. "It was sort of her way of keeping herself connected and strong, regardless as to what was going on around her.
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Prior to forming The Sojourners, Mosely sang around the world during 10 years of service as a missionary and starred in various stage productions, eventually moving to Vancouver just before Expo '86.
Meanwhile, fellow founding member Sanders had an impressive list of musical theatre credits to his name and had served for several years as the frontman for an R band.
The pair first met more than 25 years ago, when blues musician Jim Byrnes invited them to perform background vocals at one of his shows. Later they formed a gospel group called Circle of Voices with other migr American vocalists.
The formation of The Sojourners in a sense represented the group coming full circle, as Byrnes asked Mosely whether he could find two other singers to perform background vocals on his 2006 album House of Refuge.
"I called Will and I called Ron Small and we went in and it worked so well, it was such a great fit, that we ended up forming The Sojourners," Mosely said. "In fact, (Byrnes) gave us our name."
When Byrnes decided to take the group on tour, producer Steve Dawson suggested they should record an album, which became The Sojourners' debut Hold On.
Since then, the group has continued to enjoy success with touring and subsequent albums, picking up Juno nominations and a Western Canadian Music Award.
Speaking to Prince Albert audiences, Mosely promised a fun, high energy performance.
"For those who are not really into the whole Christian thing, they can be relaxed and know that the music will be something that they can enjoy," he said.
"Those people who are from the community of faith can come and enjoy it as well, because there'll be many songs that they know and that they can connect with us as well. We have something for everybody."