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Mutual Agreement History

Mutual Agreement

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Based in: Upper Martlboro, United States.

In the fall of 1993, six young men formed and a capella sextet called Mutual Agreement, which means "A Covenant with God." Their intention is to spread the Word of God through song, bringing hope, strength and encouragement to all who will listen.

Each member brings his own individual gifts, talents and creativity to the group. The group uses the human voice as the chief instrument of their performance. Each member mutually agrees that their music ministry will not be kept confined within the traditional walls of the church, their mission field consists of ministering to the sick and shut-in, incarcerated youth and adults, hospitals, evangelistic meetings and wherever there is a need to provide encouragement through song.

Mutual Agreement has ministered in various parts of the country and performed with national recording artists such as Daryl Coley, Wintley Phipps, Sounds of Blackness, CeCe Winans and Hezekiah Walker to name a few. They are members of the Gospel Music Workshop of America and have appeared on "Showtime at the Apollo" and the "Breath of Life Telecast." Mutual Agreement has also performed at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. and was awarded for their participation in the celebration of Black History at the U.S. Department of State by former Secretary of State Madeline Albright. Mutual Agreement was nominated one of the eight best a cappella vocal bands in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Harmony Association. They have been featured on various television and radio programs.

While remembering their Gospel roots and utilizing traditional and contemporary chord arrangements, Mutual Agreement seeks to preserve a musical art form that has played an important part in their musical heritage. Always acknowledging Christ for their blessings, they sing in memory of those songsters who Christ allowed to pave the way. Mutual Agreement has available one recording entitled "Back to Basix," which is comprised of original and re-arranged a cappella gospel songs. May God bless you through the music ministry of Mutual Agreement!

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