Eddie James recorded his first national album entitled, Higher with The Phoenix Mass Choir; this project debuted at number 10 and went to number 3 on the national charts. Since then he has recorded ten other projects that have impacted our nation and our world. His group ColourBlind, a culturally diverse group of five young men, released an album called, The David Story. This album contains twelve chapters of the book of Psalms put to music. They also recorded a soundtrack to their musical production called, Break the Walls. Break the Walls is a musical production designed for high school and college youth that deals with the issues of drugs, violence, pre-marital sex, racism, and dysfunctional families. Eddie James along with ColourBlind has reached over 200,000 youth in America with this musical drama presentation. Through this message of hope, countless numbers of lives have been changed.
Eddie James’ music ministry continues to broaden and climb to unbelievable heights. You can hear his music not only on projects that he’s recorded himself, but also with leading Christian leaders such as Helen Baylor, Mississippi Mass Choir, Mark Condon from Turning Point Church, Christ Church in Nashville, TN, Karen Wheaton, and many more.| |Eddie James has toured throughout America, Europe, Mexico, and Japan. His ministry has placed him on the platform with our nation’s greatest in the church as well as the secular world, such as Bishop TD Jakes, Benny Hinn, Paula White, Tommy Barnett, Marilyn Hickey, 4 Him, Kirk Franklin, Plus One, Third Day, Judy Jacobs, P-Diddy, Stevie Wonder, Brian McKnight, Usher, Kelly Prince, and so many more.|Eddie James founded “Eddie James Ministries” in 1993. Under this umbrella he has established the following groups:
The Phoenix Mass Choir|“ColourBlind |Asaph |Tab|Ultimate Call
Eddie James is in full time ministry and travels all over the world leading worship, dramas, seminars, workshops, as well as preaching the Gospel. He also is on staff with Karen Wheaton Ministries as the Music & Performing Arts Director for her youth ministry, Chosen. Eddie James ministers at The Ramp, Hamilton, Alabama, a youth center founded and established by Karen Wheaton. Eddie James also ministers with Karen Wheaton and Chosen on occasion on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN).
Eddie James can be reached at 800.208.3447 and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For ministry, production, songwriting, worship, or outreach, Eddie James will meet and exceed your expectations.