Trio NeVaeh wins Best Album from Artists Music Guild

Trio NeVaehFirst Baptist Church of Palm Coast has three ladies to be very proud of.

April McHone, Allison Walker and Kathleen Robinson together form the musical Trio NeVaeh—Heaven spelled backward—and they were nominated for three Artists  Music Guild Awards— Best Album, Best New Artist and Best Song.

The trio won Best Album for their CD “Love is Enough” during the guild’s last meeting in November.

The music guild meets annually in Monroe, NC.

On its website, NaVeah describe themselves as “a female trio that wants to ‘Point People to Heaven’…  True of what Heaven is like, we are different women coming from different backgrounds but united to share the same message of the Cross.”

McHone, originally from Florida, is a wife and mom of two. Walker is originally from Virginia but has lived in Florida for 24 years. She is a wife, mother of three and grandmother to one baby girl. Robinson, a Kentucky girl, is a wife who describes herself as “veteran homeschooling mom.”

For more on their personal and musical story, visit their website at

Keila Diaz is a Miami-based reporter for the Florida Baptist Witness. She can be reached at


Comments (1)

  • Opal Sharpe Reply

    They are truly a blessing. I purchased thier c.d. and listen to it at least once a day.

    February 8, 2017 at 5:45 pm

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