Bishop J.D. Means

Recording & Touring Artist

Bishop Means plays the Sk-2

In his musical career, Bishop J.D. Means sang his first solo at the age of 4, he made his first professional appearance at the age of 10 at Passaic High School, Passaic, New Jersey as an opening attraction with Joe Ligon & The Mighty Clouds of Joy.  Bishop Means has sang, played and appeared with many Renowned Gospel Greats such as:Evangelist Dorothy Norwood, the late Albertina Walker, Sister Lucille Pope and The Pearly Gates, Luther Barnes, Dr. Marvin Sapp, Dottie Peoples, The Barrett Sisters, the late Rev. F.C. Barnes and Rev. Janice Brown, Joe Ligon and The Mighty Clouds Of Joy, the late Rev. Cleophus Robinson, Sr., Pastor Shirley Caesar, Brook Benton, the late Willie Neal johnson and The Gospel Keynotes, Lee Williams and The Spiritual QC’s, The Swanee Quintet, Clarence Fountain and The Five Blind Boys of Alabama, The Sensational Williams Brothers, Donald Malloy, Inez Andrews, Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson and The Spiritual Voices, Evelyn Turrentine Agee, Pastor Smokie Norful, LaShun Pace and many others.