Gaye - S. Taylor

Gaye Arbuckle is an anointed National Gospel Recording artist hailing from Dallas, Texas with an enriched style and talent that leaves listeners spiritually touched as she ministers through song. She is a worship leader, composer, teacher, vocal coach, choir director, mentor, and the conference host for getYonote

Experience. Minister Arbuckle served as the minister of music of Concord Church in Dallas, Texas for 15 years where she lead praise and worship on any given Sunday. The founder and president of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, (GMWA), the late Reverend James Cleveland, presented her to the gospel world at a very young age. Since that time, she has been a featured soloist on two GMWA albums. She’s also been a featured soloist on the Mississippi Mass Choir album with the late Rev. James Moore singing “Have Faith in God”, on Meeks Records-Pastor Clay Evans’ project singing “Oh How Much He Cares”, Westside Baptist Church “I Know Something about God’s Grace”, 2011 “Woman Thou Art Loosed Live at Lakewood” singing “Hallelujah”, “Just As I Am”, “It’s in you”, “Our God”, and the chart-topping, award winning album from Anthony Brown and group therapy, “Deserved”.

In addition, one of her biggest moments was the opportunity to sing at the interfaith service for the fallen officers in Dallas. This event was aired live on CNN in which President Obama, Vice President and President Bush were in attendance. She released her fifth album “Holy” recorded “Live” in Dallas, Texas where she produced, wrote and re-arranged most of the music for this project. Gaye ‘s favorite scripture is 2 Corinthians 2:9, But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.