The Miserable Offenders were an internationally
known duo founded by two New York City Episcopalians, Deborah Griffin Bly and Ana Hernandez. During the time they were active, they sang
throughout the Anglican Communion, from diocesan conventions and parish celebrations to the 1998 Lambeth Conference in Canterbury, England,
their final performance.
That sample is from their first CD, 'Keepin' the Baby Awake', a collection of Advent and Christmas
music. Their second CD, 'God Help Us' (to which Jeanie refers) contains an astonishing variety of music, from original compositions to unique arrangements of traditional hymns. It also includes
their spellbinding arrangement of 'Breathe on me, Breath of God', often acclaimed as the favourite of their many devoted fans.