Time with the Father
Saxophonist Eddy Nubine is the seventh child among nine siblings, and is a powerfully anointed child of God. He was called to preach at the age of fifteen with the inspiration of the Lord. Eddy Nubine's heart for God and love for people has allowed the ordained Elder and Evangelist to see lives changed for the better through his ministry. Eddy is gifted with music. To that gifting he has added more than twenty-one years of daily practice until he became skillful in the discipline of the saxophone. Thus, it is with spiritual and personal discipline he now writes and records Spirit-breathed music. In the fall of 1991 Eddy formed an instrumental group called "Committed" so that he could pursue his two musical loves: Gospel and Christian Jazz. Currently Eddy is a Mission Support Team Leader for the 389th US Army Band Jazz Combo out of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland and he is also the Saxophone Section Leader. Eddy has played all over the world. He has shared his musical talent as a professional Christian Saxophonist onstage with Yolonda Adams, John P. Kee, Vicki Winans, and Carlis Moody. He also shares his gift on album projects for other artists, earning the accolade "The One-Take Man" as a studio musician for Hamilton House Recording Studios in Oklahoma. In 1997, Nubine released a solo instrumental album entitled Saxophone Praise, featuring his talent on tenor, soprano, and alto sax. Eddy released Put Your Trust in Him as a follow-up to his demo CD Winds of Blessings. He followed that release a few years later with His 'Time With The Father CD, A 15 track soon to be block buster! This is uplifting music that listeners will feel as much as hear. A graduate of the US Armed Forces School of Music, Eddy resides in Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland with his wife Patricia and their three children Eddy Jr. Elijah, and Brianna. Eddy released a new CD titled 'Bridging The Gap' in late January of 2009. He would like to start his own record label and plans to continue to travel and minister the Gospel through the word as well as through the gift of music.