Earnest Pugh opens up about divorce
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Gospel Singer Earnest Pugh On His Divorce: ‘I Had A Very
Skewed View Of What Love Was All About’
Some research shows that couples who are active in their faith are much less likely to divorce, but breakups do
happen, even among devoted Christians. “I Need Your Glory” gospel singer, Earnest Pugh, is opening up
about his own split.

For 18 years, the gifted vocalist and father of 2 was married, but in 2006, it all came crashing down—something
for which he accepts some blame.

“I was married at 18 years old and divorced 18 years later because I had a very skewed view of what love was
all about,” Pugh explains.

“I thought it was all about providing `things’ opposed to true love and quality time.”

Though still unmarried, the EPM Group/eONe Entertainment artist says “Life has taught me a valuable lesson
now on how to give and receive love on a different level.”

He continues, “With each experience over the years I have gained a love and passion for expressing love to
those who mean the most to me.”

In an effort to spread that love around, Pugh, whose buttery voice spans five octaves, is set to release a
remake of the classic love song, “You Are So Beautiful.” He will be performing his updated version of the 1975
Top 10 Pop hit written by legendary organist Billy Preston with Bruce Fisher and made popular by Joe Cocker,
in five cities across the U.S.  

Pugh’s Valentine’s Day single hits iTunes February 11.

Listen to a brief snippet below:
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JANUARY 20, 2014