Janet Paschal (born October 18, 1956 in Reidsville, North Carolina) is a Contemporary Christian and southern gospel vocalist and performer.
She is often associated with Bill Gaither's Homecoming events.
In the late 1970's Paschal was invited to become a member of southern gospel group The LeFevres.
The group then changed it's name to The Rex Nelon Singers (after the last LeFevre retired from the group).
From there she became a member of televangelist Jimmy Swaggart's music team.
In 1986, Paschal began her solo career, releasing her first album entitled I Give You Jesus on Swaggart's Shiloh label. Several other albums followed, but none gained the commercial success that would occur after Janet's 1992 move to Nashville, Tennessee.
Paschal's breakout hit came with her 1997 album The Good Road, which landed her numerous appearances on Bill Gaither's Homecoming Concerts as well as the corresponding records.
Since then, Paschal has released five more albums (as of July 2007) and has received numerous awards including Dove and Grammy nominations and was named Christian Music's top female vocalist for three consecutive years.
In 1999, Paschal married an airline pilot. In 2005, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and received months of treatment. As of July 2007, her cancer is in remission and she often speaks of how her life is completely changed as a cancer survivor.
Paschal served as the spokeswoman for an international Christian relief organization, "Mission of Mercy".
In 1997, Paschal released "The Good Road", a collection of her own writings and reflections on life, based on her favorite book of the Bible, Jeremiah.
This Proformance accompaniment track includes printed lyrics and a demonstration plus accompaniment in high (D), medium (Bb), and low (Gb) keys, with and without background vocals. Not original artist.
Spring Hill Studiotracks Plus bring you the best songs and the original accompaniment trax in 3 keys from today's top Christian recordings and artists. For the vocalist who demands the quality of the original artist recording but desires the flexibility of multiple keys.
For the vocalist who demands the quality of the original artist recording, but desires the flexibility of multiple keys comes this Spring Hill Studiotrack as originally recorded by Janet Paschal. Features a demonstration, the original key track with and without background vocals, as well as two other keys without background vocals. Lyrics enclosed.
This twelve song set from southern Gospel star Janet Paschal showcases her soothing but powerful voice on a selection of inspiring songs of faith. Includes "Come Morning," "Through Every Storm," "I'm the One," and more.
For the vocalist who demands the quality of the original artist recording, but desires the flexibility of multiple keys comes this Spring Hill Studiotrack as originally recorded by Janet Paschal. Features a demonstration, the original key track (C,D) with and without background vocals, and tracks in two additional keys (A,B/Eb,F) without background vocals. Lyrics enclosed.