The gospel music girl group Zie’l (pronounced Zye-el) is back with a new sound and a new look!
The group is now down to three members until the decision is made to replace departing member Christina Bell.
Zie’l stepped into the gospel music field in 2006 with an amazing sound that entranced the music industry and exhilarated new fans. Their phenomenal vocal ability captured on their debut release, Genesis, featured the customized hit remake of the The Clark Sister’s “Is My Living In Vain” and the James Cleveland favorite “Surely He’s Able”.
Christina’s departure is a somewhat somber time for the group, but, contrary to blog topics, is a very peaceable parting. The remaining group members, who are long-time friends as well as family, are in full support of Christina’s aspirations and as she is in support of the group.
“I am excited for the journey ahead of me and will miss my girls!” Christina states. “We shall forever remain family and minister to the masses in Jesus name whether together or apart.”
Zie’ls new album will be released on their label Bella Dawn Records in 2012 with marketing and development guidance from noted marketers and PR specialists The Bellamy Group.
“We are very excited to be working with and re-united with Benita Bellamy [The Bellamy Group] and we want everyone to know we are still strong and plan to bring forth a huge project,” says group manager Ronda Lockett.
“We would like to thank those fans and supporters who have kept our standing in the Lord upright. We would love and need their continued support.”
Zie’l Is My Living In Vain
Zie’l Surely He’s Able