CD’s – Gospel Music


Driving Nails

CD Driving Nails
1. He Laid His Hand On Me (3:39) | Sample |
2. Cryin’ Holy (2:45)
3. Too Close To The Mirror (3:43) | Sample
4. Believe (4:41)
5. Gramma’s Prayers (3:45) | Sample | 
6. Ain’t No Grave (3:57)
7. Driving Nails (3:59)
8. When I Wake Up In Glory (4:39) | Sample


Not My Will

CD- Not My Will

1. Someone Up There Loves Me
2. I Will Glory In The Cross
3. Swing Low/ Swing Down Chariots | Sample 
4. We Shall See Him As He Is | Sample
5. In Heaven’s Eyes
6. Gift of Song | Sample
7. Not My Will | Sample
8. Almighty God
9. I Surrender
10. Jesus Lord To Me


He Laid His Hand On Me

Payne Vernon Integrated Copyright Group Inc.© Stamp Quartet Music Company
Used with permission.

In 1980, I had just left my job as Press and Publicity Manager with Capitol Records-EMI of Canada and had been in the occult since 1971 after my brother died. I turned on the TV one day and saw one of those dreaded “religious” programs so I turned the dial. But, as we had just moved to the country and received only three stations with our “rabbit ears” I finally watched with interest as Danny Peek (ex-America) sang “All Things Are Possible” on The 700 Club and then shared his testimony. Then Pat Robertson and Ben Kinchlow began a series on “Prophesy.” As an aspiring “medium” I was extremely interested. But, they shared from a book that I thought was too difficult to read let alone understand….. The Bible. Thanks Pat, Ben and Danny Peek for being faithful men of God…. He Laid His Hand On Me just before Easter 1980 and I’ve never once regretted asking Jesus to take over my life!

“For I know whom I have believed and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I have committed unto Him against that day!” 2 Timothy 1:12

Gramma’s Prayers

Music & Lyrics by Celeste Zugec ©2005
Produced at Exodus Studio, Mississauga, ON
Arr: by Celeste Zugec and Anthony Piaino/Exodus Studio
Keys: Anthony Piaino; Guitar: Vivian Clement; Bass: Marc Brown; Drums: Jeff Salem; BGV: Vivian Clement

By the time I was five years old my grandmother, Agnes Garland-Brown, had become ill with Alzheimer’s and all I recall of her is that she sat in our dad’s rocking chair, holding our baby brother Wade on her knee, while she sang “This Little Light of Mine” and “Rock of Ages.” She and my grandfather William were Salvation Army people that came to Toronto from Newfoundland sometime in the early 1900’s. I believe that in 1980 God used her fervent prayers to save me, by the blood of Jesus, out of the occult. I pray that God will also honor my prayers for my children and my children’s children down through the generations to come.

“But the mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him, and his righteousness unto their children’s children.” Psalm 103:17 KJV