Songs of Heaven
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Contact: Keith Coombs
songsofheaven@yahoo.com (876)-374-3386

Born in Birmingham, England of Jamaican parents, Keith Coombs a.k.a. Songs of Heaven, considers himself a cultural performing artist and songwriter. At the age of three he moved to Jamaica and there he became introduced and acclimatized to the Jamaican Music Culture.

He is somewhat of a diamond in the rough to entertainment although he has performed at a few secular concerts while attending the University of the West Indies as well as at various gospel/church related events and services over the years. At Excelsior High School he played the trombone and the clarinet in the school band.

He seeks to entertain by singing uplifting songs, both religious and secular, as he wants to be a positive influence in our society. Being a Christian has not stopped him from visiting other congregations or religious fellowships. He goes to any Church, home, school, in fact anywhere that he is accepted – to share his music.

As a songwriter he has entitled his music catalogue “The Jamaican Cultural Worship Revolution”. Songs like “Bob Marley”, “My Dream Love (My Wife)”, “Move to the Right (Aerobics)”, “The Hat Song (For Kids)”, and “Repent it’s 666” are a few of the songs that may be on his upcoming album called “INTRODUCING THE JAMAICAN CULTURAL WORSHIP REVOLUTION”. The name of the catalog takes into account that Keith is comfortable with the Jamaican music culture which embraces a wide variety of genres including Reggae, R & B, Hymns, Dance Hall and Easy Listening.

Presently, Keith is working on a song entitled “Thank You Jesus” which he composed in 2016.

Keith has many favorite acts. He enjoy performing with and listening to the songs of his brother Patrick ‘Cooler’ Coombs. Some of his favourites are: The Manhattans, The Heritage Singers, Luther Vandrous, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Charley Chaplain, Glacia Robinson, and the list goes on and on. However, he relates more to songs rather than specific performers.

Keith believes that everybody knows right from wrong, so as far as he knows the gospel has reached the world to that extent. He plays his part in spreading the gospel with his songs. Keith’s writings cover a wide variety of topics. Look out for some other songs on topics like love, parenting, as well as some controversial ones too such as those on dancing by Christians.

In the year 2000 Keith Coombs started the record label named Songs of Heaven, a name he uses to promote all songs produced by him or for which he has an interest. The name Songs of Heaven Singers is used to promote group songs produced by the label Songs of Heaven.

May Yahweh, who is affectionately called Jah Jah, continue to bless us all!
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    Patrick 'Cooler' Coombs, Luther Vandrous, Whitney Houston, Bob Marley, Heritage Singers, Glacia Robinson, Dennis Brown.
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