Noel Hugh Robinson is a British Christian musician, who primarily plays and mixes Contemporary Worship Music style with gospel influenced music. He has released four studio albums, O Taste and See in 1996, Worthy in This Place in 2001 with Nu Image, Garment of Praise in 2006 with Nu Image, and Devoted in 2013. His fifth album, a live album, Outrageous Love, was released in September 2015.
Noel Hugh Robinson was born Willesden London, England, on 11 October 1962, where he was raised in the black Pentecostal church, becoming a Christian, while he was a teenager.
Lily Jo, Band and Dancers. Lily Jo is making lots of connections on the island and visiting schools, raising awareness of Mental Health, she also hosts a programme on TBNuk and was at Big Church Day Out this year
A Worship Leader and Speaker. His ministry is called King’s Chamber.
Roger Samuels is a gospel singer and pastor from London.
He grew up singing in church from the age of eight and performs at events such as weddings. He says his biggest dream is “singing in front of thousands of people”.
Two of Roger’s kids made him apply to go on The Voice. For his blind audition he sang Footprints In The Sand by Leona Lewis.
He broke down in tears after his emotional performance that saw Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson turn round for him and give him a standing ovation.