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SETH & NIRVA: Courage, Compassion, and the Gospel

Hey everybody! Welcome back to Song Revolution. It’s an absolute joy to be here with you once again, bringing you fresh inspiration and encouragement to help you live a better life.

Today, we have a captivating duo in our midst – Seth and Nirva Ready. Nirva, once a dancer and singer for Toby Mac, brings a wealth of behind-the-scenes stories, while Seth’s journey from his Mississippi roots led him to share the stage with gospel legends such as Kirk Franklin and Donnie McClurkin.

Stay tuned as we dive into these captivating stories, offering a glimpse into the life of artists who are not just creating music but are also shaping the spiritual landscape through their work.  Thank you for joining us today, and let’s dive into the heart of our conversation.

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