EPM Music Group recording artist and Senior Vice President, Keith Williams, has stepped down as Director of Music & Arts at Ebenezer Baptist Church.
His final service at Ebenezer took place on Easter Sunday. Williams is leaving his post to focus on his new duties as an executive with EPM Music Group and to continue working on his new album.
Williams has been juggling many roles over the last year in addition to his church duties, including helping to push Earnest Pugh’s smash hit “I Need Your Glory” to #1 on Billboard’s gospel chart and signing music veteran Chrystal Rucker as the first artist on EPM Music Group. At the same time, Williams has been sorting through songs and writing tunes for his August 14th sophomore album release, “Introducing Keith Williams.”
Williams is a classically trained pianist and vocalist. He’s spent the last two decades as a worship leader at prestigious churches across the United States such as Ebenezer A.M.E. Church in Ft. Washington, MD and the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Over the years, Williams has written songs for Jennifer Holliday, Dottie Peoples, Vanessa Armstrong and Earnest Pugh. His debut album, “…& Again I Say Rejoice,” appeared in 2008. Visit www.epmmusicgroup.com for more information on Keith Williams and the other artists under the EPM Music Group umbrella.