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Jay‘s extraordinary gift is captivating. I love this album and the message it bears. I‘ve played it again and again. WOW. What a VOICE!!!

Very moving, this is music that has huge meaning to the listener as well as the artist. This is music that takes you somewhere, the place that all of us come from. This is the real deal.


The Perfect Christmas Gift: One More Stone by Jay Young


Listen to Sample Tracks from One More Stone by Jay Young Purchase on iTunes | Directed By Gladys Knight: A Christmas Celebration Buy CD on Amazon | One Voice | Saints Unified Voices Directed by Gladys Knight Download on Amazon | Amy Harmon Feat. More Holiness Give Me with Jay Young

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One More Stone

One More Stone

by Jay Young

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Although “One More Stone” is his debut solo CD, Jay Young has been performing Christian/Gospel music for over thirty years. He is a Grammy Award-winning vocalist who has finally released his own solo project. “One More Stone” is winning over listeners one at a time.

Jay’s original title track will have your foot tapping as you ponder how you can raise your voice in praise of Christ and become “one more stone” yourself. Enjoy new arrangements of some familiar hymns, and listen to some that are sure to become among your new favorites. Fan favorites include “The Way He Came,” “I Can Be Glad,” and “Room for Jesus.”

Jay’s voice is captivating. Listen as he paints a picture with his clear tone, impeccable timing, and soulful feel. Find out why many are calling Jay “gospel’s most exciting new artist.”

A Christmas Celebration

A Christmas Celebration

by the Saints Unified Voices directed by Gladys Knight

After taking home a Grammy in 2005 with the album One Voice, renowned singer and entertainer Gladys Knight and the Saints Unified Voices choir gave the world a new album for Christmas.  The recording world gave back, recognizing the group as the Pearl Award winner in the category: “Group Recording Artist of the Year.”  This CD features Jay Young as soloist on “We, Three Kings”

Featuring dynamic arrangements of traditional holiday favorites like “We, Three Kings,” “O Holy Night,” “What Child Is This,” “The Christmas Song,” and “Silent Night,” the soul-stirring harmonies of this multicultural choir are sure to fill listeners with the Christmas spirit.

From their humble beginnings as a regional LDS choir, the Saints Unified Voices have gained national attention, winning the most prestigious award in music and receiving an invitation to perform at the White House.

Released: October 2006

What I Know

What I Know

by Amy Harmon

All the hymns on this album were hand-picked by Amy and brought to life with new rhythms, lyrics, and melodies.

There is something in this collection for everyone, whether you like the throw-back sound of the 30’s, modern R&B, or even country music.

These are hymns like you’ve never heard them before.

Features duet of “More Holiness Give Me” with Jay Young
Released: November 2007

One Voice

One Voice

by the Saints Unified Voices directed by Gladys Knight
2006 Grammy Award Winner for Best Gospel Choir or Chorus Album

Congratulations to Gladys Knight and the Saints Unified Voices Choir! Though choirs abound worldwide, only one is directed by the renowned singer and entertainer Gladys Knight: The Saints Unified Voices.

With the sole purpose of spreading the light, joy, and inner peace that can only come through Jesus Christ, Gladys Knight directs the choir (affectionately known as the “SUV” choir) with vigor, leading the audience on an extraordinary adventure of music and testimony reflective of the choir’s cultural diversity.

Begun in 2002 and based in Las Vegas, Saints Unified Voices travels the country to share its missionary message and music with enthusiastic audiences.

Jay Young is an original member of the Saints Unified Voices choir. His vocal talents can be heard throughout this Grammy award-winning CD. To learn more about this extraordinary choir, visit

Released: January 2005