Asaph Ward

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Asaph Alexander Ward is an American gospel music record producer.[1]


Ward came to the forefront of the gospel music industry as producer of the groundbreaking 1998 album Everlasting Life for gospel jazz singer Kim Burrell. Since then, Ward has also produced the self-titled debut of Dorinda Clark Cole, as well as the recent 2004 release from Twinkie Clark, Home Once Again: Live in Detroit. Ward also produced 2 tracks on Smokie Norful's 2004 Grammy-winning nothing without You album. Asaph's wife Miranda co-writes and collaborates on many of the projects for their joint company Miralex Entertainment.[2]

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  1. ^ Group, Vibe Media (October 2007). Vibe. Vibe Media Group. pp. 92–. Retrieved 8 August 2012. 
  2. ^ Lacy, Dwayne. "Interview With Alex Asaph Ward".