"Any Way (You Bless Me)" hitmaker Terry Garmon dies

May 15, 2021) While never getting national attention in the U.S., Indiana singer and pastor Terry Garmon had a moment of glory in Europe, where he scored a major 1995 hit with the Gospel single, “Any Way (You Bless Me),” which became a major R&B hit. We are sad to report today the passing of Garmon, as was announced by his wife, Cornisha Garmon, on Facebook.

Garmon himself had been singing and playing since he was a child, performing at the church where his father was a minister. He had briefly worked at Prince’s Paisley Park as a young man, before returning to Gary, Indiana upon an epiphany that he was made to sing and preach about God. It was there that he recorded his big hit, and where he continued to work with other artists.

We mourn the too-young passing of this talented performer and man of God. 

May 15, 2021) While never getting national attention in the U.S., Indiana singer and pastor Terry Garmon had a moment of glory in Europe, where he scored a major 1995 hit with the Gospel single, “Any Way (You Bless Me),” which became a major R&B hit. We are sad to report today the passing of Garmon, as was announced by his wife, Cornisha Garmon, on Facebook.

Garmon himself had been singing and playing since he was a child, performing at the church where his father was a minister. He had briefly worked at Prince’s Paisley Park as a young man, before returning to Gary, Indiana upon an epiphany that he was made to sing and preach about God. It was there that he recorded his big hit, and where he continued to work with other artists.

We mourn the too-young passing of this talented performer and man of God. 

To see a more complete biography of Terry Garmon, visit crossrhythms.uk

Thanks to SoulTracker DJ Sly for letting us know.

 

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