Jerri Little

Jerri Little

BandR&BSoul

Gospel Soul innovator with a Jazzy Traditional style of singing.

Biography

Singer/Songwriter and Founder/CEO of TGB Records, Jerri Little is a Gospel Soul innovator whose vocals intricately weave gospel music with funk & soul. Singing since the age of 5, Little toured with her mother and sister in many states performing at various local and church events. As she got older, Little’s gifted vocalese became more apparent and soon sparked her soloist career. Jerri has shared the stage with various recording artists such as Marvin Sapp, The Pace Sisters, Donnie McClurkin, Albertina Walker, Darius Brooks, Percy Bady, Lemmie Battles, and Teddy Cross. Jerri has also sung with some of Chicago’s finest choirs, such as The Vernon Park Church of God Choir, Brenda Joyce Moore & United Praise, The Corinthian Temple COGIC Radio Choir, Progressive Life-Giving Word Cathedral Radio Choir and Victory Apostolic Church Vessels of Victory.

Little’s singing abilities led her to a co-starring role where she was also able to perform her original music in upcoming playwright, Lynette Hall-Parrott’s stage play "Sista Girl Be Whole".
Little has also ministered in song at various events. churches, and well-known non-profit organizations, such as Apostolic Church of God, Liberty Baptist Church, The Black Caucus, The African-American Religious Connection, The Southern Christian Leadership Conference and The Chicago Gospel Music Festival, to name a few. For many years, Jerri appeared as a “regular” vocalist on Chicago’s former “Saturday Nite Sing” and currently can be seen and heard on multiple media syndicated outlets, such as radio, television, podcasts, and publications from all over the world. Every Sunday, Little can be seen ministering in song on “Singsation!” with the great philanthropist, Dr. Willie Wilson on Chicago’s very own WGN/Channel9.

Little is also one of the very first independent gospel recording artists to premier on Total Living Network's "Inspirational Sounds" and Gospel Music Channel's "Hometown Gospel (Chicago)", which features selections from Little’s freshmen CD project "Help Somebody Today (Live)”at Owner Operator Yolanda Travis (Gospel) McDonald's Restaurant in Chicago.

Discography

"Help Somebody Today - Live" (Album Title)

Set List

Song titles:

45 minutes per set