Guitarist and song writer Arthur Roland shares You Can’t Hurry God from his recent album Stepping Out Of Myself. Arthur Roland was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame as a member of Lucille Pope and the Pearly Gates. He has been playing and touring for 35 years as a professional gospel artist. He is among the first Gospel groups to record and chart on a White Southern Gospel Music label (Morningstar Records). The 2009 album was entitled “It’s all Good.” He has also worked hits for artists like the Williams Brothers (God will Deliver), Slim and the Supreme Angels (Separated Right from Wrong), and Lucille Pope and Pearly Gates (Real Christians Stand up; Great Reunion) to name a few.
Roland has played and sung on countless other works with artists like the Blind Boys of Alabama, Dorothy Norwood and many others. In 2004, he toured Switzerland and other Countries on “The tribute to Mahalia Jackson tour.” He released his first solo project in 2014, “Revival on a Tour Bus,” on the Tate Music Group Label, which earned him his first multi selling plat and is still a top seller in Southern Gospel.His sophomore album, “Stepping Out Of Myself,” is slated for release in November 2015.This album is the first project ever all written produced and song on most by Roland, and launched the start up of his own record label, that was always a dream after moving to St Louis, Mo. In 2009 and now back home in Georgia in 2015.