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Lloyd Barry – Strings Arrangement (2,3,11)

Jonathan Butler – Vocals (1~11), Bass (1,9), Guitar (1,9), Background Vocals (1,4~6,9,10), Nylon Guitar (6), Piano (11)

Jodie Butler – Background Vocals (7,8)

Maurice Fitzgerald – Bass (2~4,6,8)

Darrell Freeman – Bass (7,10,11)

Aaron M. Gutierrez – Background Vocals (7,8)

Missi Hale – Background Vocals (2)

Mano Hanes – Wurlitzer (1), Keyboards (1,3~7,9,10), Key Bass (1,5), Fender Rhodes (2~4,9), Piano (2,3,5~8)

Munyungo Jackson – Percussion (6)

Tyrone Jackson – Guitars (7)

Cammie Knight - Background Vocals (1,7,8)

K.C. Knight – Fender Rhodes (6,11)

Philip Lassiter - Horn Arrangement (7,9), Trumpet (7,9), Flugelhorn (7,9)

Mika Lett – Background Vocals (2)

Kurt Lykes – Background Vocals (2,7,8)

Linda Mccrary-Fisher – Background Vocals (2)

The Nashville String Machine – Strings (2,3,11)

Dan Needham – Drums (2,5), Percussion (5)

Calvin Rodgers – Drums (1,3,4,6~9)

Javier Solis – Percussion (1~4,7,9)

Tyler Summers – Tenor Sax (7,9), Baritone Sax (7,9), Flute (7,9)

Rick Watford – Guitars (1~11), Drum Programming (10)

Carl Wheeler – Organ (3,8)

Jonathan Butler

Free

Jonathan Butler has spent a lifetime writing and recording music that uplifts and encourages others, but as he penned songs for his latest album, Free he had no idea God would use his own work to minister to him in a powerful and unexpected way.

A native of Cape Town, South Africa and the youngest in a family of 12 children, Butler began singing and playing guitar at age seven. Well respected in the jazz and R&B fields, as well as the gospel arena with his iconic Grammy®-nominated hit “Falling In Love With Jesus,” Butler is one of the few artists who successfully and seamlessly blends the genres into his career and live shows. Butler signed his first record deal as a teen and became the first black artist played on white South African radio stations, winning a Sarie Award, the South African equivalent of a Grammy, for the hit single, “Please Stay.” Butler lived in England for 17 years, and today makes his home in California, yet his artistry continues to pay homage to his African roots. 

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