An anointed worship leader, vocalist and also an ordained minister with The Redeemed Christian Church of God in the United Kingdom, Gabriel Eziashi pastored a parish known as the Milton Keynes Tabernacle for five years (5) and Ten (10) months. In March, 2012, both Gabriel and Dayo Eziashi stepped aside from being the Senior Pastors as he was led to focus on Music squarely. Gabriel’s humble spirit, gifted vocal ability, and eagerness to see people experience God’s awesomeness through the medium of worship has taken him far and wide. He has collaborated and shared the same platform with several world renowned gospel ministers including Helen Baylor, Donnie McClurkin, Chevelle Franklin, Muyiwa of Riversongz, double MOBO Award (Best Jazz) winner Yolanda Brown, Bishop John Francis, Pastor Paul Irabor, and Mike Aremu amongst others.
Gabriel has been involved in the UK gospel music scene for over twenty years, and in this time has worked in 3 key Music Ministries.
Worship leader for over twelve years with Jesus House for All The Nations (London),
(a parish under The Redeemed Christian Church of God).
Worship leader for 6 years with Mandate Men Ministries. A UK based Christian Organisation aimed at developing men into the role models God has ordained them to be.
Worship leader at the Festival of Life Choir, with over 50,000 attendees. FOL is the largest gathering of Christians in Europe, for a night (7pm – 6am) of praise, worship and sharing of the Word.
In April 2006, Gabriel recorded his first album "Stand By Me" in Jesus House, London. It was the first-ever live recording in Jesus House and the thousand-seater auditorium was filled to capacity. The success of that project was phenomenal and the next two years was spent touring extensively all over United Kingdom and Europe, ministering and promoting the album.
In 2008, Gabriel was led to record a second album “Intimate Moments”, this time in his homeland of Nigeria. Under the auspices of international award winning producers, Cobhams Asuquo, Wole Oni, Rotimi Akinfenwa and Iyke Onka, a ten-track album was recorded. In his own words Gabriel describes the songs as "everything good and beautiful that I have experienced with my Lord Jesus".
In July 2009, Gabriel released in limited quantity an EP of four songs from his new album. This was followed by a 6-week tour in Nigeria where he ministered to a combined audience of over a million worshippers, resulting in the sell-out of every copy of the EP produced.
In 2012, Gabriel was back to his motherland, Nigeria, to record a third album - “A TIME TO WORSHIP”. Under the auspices of international producers, Mosa Adegboye, Wole Oni, Mikky Jones, Bishop Noel Robinson and Edmond Benson, a thirteen-track album was recorded. In his own words Gabriel describes the songs as "walking with God hand in Hand".
In December 2012, Gabriel released in limited quantity an EP of four songs from his new album. This was followed by a live worship recording in London where he ministered to thousands of worshippers, resulting in the sell-out of every copy of the EP produced. Three singles from his current album ("I Vow to Worship" “Mimo Mimo” &"Lord my God") are already enjoying massive airplay in Nigeria, most European countries, USA and the United Kingdom; and a promotional video has been produced for his new single "Aka Jehovah".
The single "Aka Jehovah" is available for online purchase and download.
For Gabriel Eziashi, his aspirations and drive are hinged on one firm belief: "that with God nothing shall be impossible" (Luke 1:37).
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