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From Paris, France to Trinidad & Tobago, from Madrid, Spain to Bermuda. His ministry has touched so many lives. In 2005, in addition to the various cities throughout the United States, his travels reaches Cape Town, South Africa, Kingston and Mandeville, Jamaica, Toronto, Canada and London, England.

He has had the honor of opening for Maya Angelou, Steve Green, Kurt Carr, Daryl Coley, ministered along with the LA Mass Choir, and T.P. Mobb. His music has been heard on radio stations in the U.S. and abroad including the Moody Bible Broadcasting Network and LifeTalk Radio Network.  His televised piano ministry includes 3ABN, The Hope Channel in "My Story, My Song", Net2004, and the General Conference Session in St. Louis of 2005.

Jemuel also tours as a concert pianist with other renown artists: Dr Shelton Kilby III, Adrian Westney, Nancey Dudley, Michael Andrews, Gale Jones Murphy, Brian Jones and Dr. Wayne Bucknor.  

Born in England, Jemuel grew up in a Christian family. At the age of 4 he moved with his family to New York. At Andrews University he earned Bachelor Degrees in both Mathematics and Computer Science.  Jemuel was first exposed to the piano through his older brother, Hopeland Anderson. Hopeland was an outstanding classical pianist and began giving lessons to Jemuel at a very early age, and challenging him with classical pieces.  

Anderson's playing reflects the many types of music he has experienced, including gospel, spirituals, jazz, blues, and classical. He has been influenced by performances of Thomas Whitfield, Richard Smallwood, Oscar Peterson, Art Tatum and others. He feels at home with both conservative and contemporary genres and, as a consequence, his music speaks to a wide variety of audiences.