Netflix’s Voices of Fire sees singer Pharrell and his uncle Bishop Ezekiel Williams find talented singers to make up a choir. So who helps them?
Larry George, Peggy Britt and Patrick Riddick are the judges to assist with finding the perfect choir members on Voices of Fire.
It comes as part of a quest to build the world’s most inspirational choir, which has always been Ezekiel’s dream.
So let’s meet the Voices of Fire judges – we found them on Instagram!
Larry is a music director who judges on Voices of Fire.
He was particularly impressed with the first audition by Danlie Cuenca, who (*spoiler alert!*) made it into the choir.
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Peggy is a vocal coach, preacher and pastor who sings Christian music.
She has released two albums including Strength to Win and New Season.
The judge has worked with Tyscot Records and JMD Distribution. Her successes don’t stop there, as she is founder of Philharmonic Gospel Singers!
Peggy lives in Virginia, where Voices of Fire is filmed, and says she is also a financial professional in her Twitter bio.
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Choir master Patrick is known for being able to write, arrange and produce music appropriate for worship.
He is the founder and conductor of national recording choir D’vyne Worship – which sings Gospel, contemporary and anthems!
Patrick was just 4 years old when he first climbed onto a piano bench and began to play by ear, having been inspired by his grandmother’s records.
The Voices of Fire judge is also a father to Madelynn Noelle.
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