JT Daniels throws down the middle to Arian Smith for a 31-yard touchdown as Georgia increases its lead over South Carolina. Check out I Can't Live Without You by Maurice Lauchner on Amazon Music. Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. By age eleven he learned the saxophone and played extensively at school and community functions. Michael’s enthusiasm for music didn’t just stop at learning, playing and teaching. Get the latest news, stats, videos, highlights and more about running back Maurice Lauchner on ESPN. You can now place requests for physical library materials on this website. You can view 1 entry, complete with personal details, location history, phone numbers, relatives and locations for Antoinette Lauchner. His love for it allowed him to grow into a proficient Artist. He is a proficient Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Composer and Film Scorer, with excellent skills in various instruments including the saxophone & piano. Your time is Now. Believing that Music is a natural resource from heaven, it’s easy to see how worship is very close to Michael’s heart. Clemson's Trevor Lawrence again added an "if" to the prospect of leaving for the NFL, but he said Saturday felt just a little bit different, knowing this would probably be his last time playing at home. Michael, a native of Stuttgart, Germany raised in the United States, is a multi-talented musician and Composer with a background in Caribbean/Jazz, Gospel, Contemporary Christian, and Classical music. The Composer, The Saxophonist, The Musician. Maurice Lauchner, Actor: The Cosby Show. Maurice Lauchner. You can find Michael playing the saxophone, organ or keyboard on the weekends at Ebenezer SDA and The Greater Allen Cathedral. Maurice is related to Faith D Lauchner and Maurice Cordoza Lauchner as well as 1 additional person. New subscribers only. Musical performance, Musical Director, Accompanied on saxophone Gospel singer BeBe Winans – 2017, Accompanied on saxophone Gospel singer Le’Andria Johnson – 2017, Accompanied various Artist at BMI Hip Hop and R&B awards, the tribute to Patti Labelle – 2017, Musical Director and Saxophonist for the Black Gospel Angels, touring in Germany – December 2015 to February 2016, Accompanied The Altino Brothers on Saxophone at Carnegie Hall – 2015, Scored and arranged music, (Musical Director) for an off-Broadway Musical, The Anthem – 2014, Serenaded Most Honorable Portia Simpson-Miller, the Prime Minister of Jamaica at a political event in Montego Bay, Jamaica – 2006, Accompanied Phil Driscoll on Saxophone at Madison Square Garden in New York City – 2006, Accompanied Patti Labelle on piano at the Limelight Club in New York City – 2002, Accompanied Patti Labelle on the organ at a repertoire for the Angel Ball Benefit for Cancer Research – 2001, Accompanied Patti Labelle on Saxophone at Caesars in Atlantic City – 2001, Accompanied Patti Labelle on Saxophone at the U.S. Open in New York City– 2000, Opened for Jimmy McGriff and Hank Crawford at Devon’s House in Montego Bay, Jamaica – 2000, Featured Artist on Saxophone at the Jamaica International Ocho Rios Jazz festival, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica – 2000, Featured Artist on Saxophone at the Sonny Bradshaw Jazz Festival in Montego, Jamaica – 2000, Accompanied on saxophone the Gospel Hit Makers at the Blue Note, Osaka Japan – 1990, Pastor David Wright presents, The Legacy Continues, “Use me Lord” – 2011, Maurice Lauchner, Hymns & Songs from the Heart, “All I Need” – 2010, Corey Henry, A Christmas with Cory Henry, “Misty Christmas” – 2010, Bishop Albert L. Jamison, Show Yourself Mighty album, “Not My Will” – 2007, Michael Gayle, Michael Gayle The Encounter Live in NY – 2012, Michael Gayle, The Michael Gayle Experience – 2012, Corey Henry, A Christmas with Cory Henry – 2010, Maurice Lauchner, Hymns & Songs from the Heart – 2010, Discography Saxophone, keyboard & Orchestrations, The Meditations, Jah Always Find A Way – 2016, Ingoma Music Presents, Sk.a. Maurice “Man” Lauchner is one of the most soulful and distinctive voices in inspirational music today, Maurice “Man” Lauchner offers a refreshing interpretation of God’s love through song. He composed and arranged his own music as well as collaborated with aspiring writers and musicians. He is also an Adjunct Professor at St. Johns University and an Adjunct Instructor at Columbia University.