Arthur Roland is a Gifted Guitarist, Southern Gospel Artist, Human Justice Humanitarian and Man of God. Arthur has spent 35 years of his life touring, singing, playing, and writing music for some of the same artists that he saw when he walked into a Gospel concert with his parents at six years old. He has been amazingly blessed to learn side-by-side from legends like Clarence Fountain and the Blind Boys of Alabama, Lucille Pope, the late Willie Johnson, and Joe Ligon of the Mighty Clouds of Joy.
In addition to this professional Gospel music career, Arthur gives his time, his voice, and musical platform to the community and to speak on racial intolerance and human injustice. He has chaired the foundation "Urban Future," a St. Louis organization that helps inner city youth focus on school, musical dreams and college goals.
Arthur Roland's Facebook Page: Arthur Roland and Christian Experience