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Lucinda Moore

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Lucinda’s humble beginnings began in church, singing at the young age of four. She credits much of her training and upbringing to her grandmother. At St John’s Fire Baptized Holiness Church in Bridgeport, her grandmother would reprimand Lucinda and make her sing before the congregation. “She saw that there was something within me that I didn’t know about,” says Lucinda. Loyal. Lucinda has learned to be loyal throughout the course of her life. The first song that she sung was “Going Up Yonder,” by Walter Hawkins. Her musical influences include Andrae Crouch, Tramaine Hawkins, Shirley Ceasar, Yolanda Adams, The Clark Sisters and Donnie McClurkin . These artists taught her vocal dynamics, diversity, spiritual preservation, and self-belief. At the age of eleven, Lucinda sang with the Pentecostal Church of Prayer & Deliverance. She credits Reginald Stewart with teaching her how to sing with a choir. By the time she was 14, Lucinda was leading songs with Willie Small and the Willie Small Singers. Little did she know that God had so much more in store. Her loyalty to the smaller musical aspirations has helped sustain her to this day. She attends Turner’s Faith Temple in Bridgeport, CT, Bishop J.C. White, Pastor. Prepared. Lucinda found out that being prepared is so much more than learning the correct songs and how to sing them. Her mother is a minister who raised her by biblical standards. One would think that Lucinda would be prepared to sing God’s praises, but God wanted to build character in her life and prepare for her future.

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