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The Brown Boyz Release Single “I Found It All” Featuring Shawn McLemore
This post was written by Kris Patrick | September 12, 2017
The Lighthouse Church to Hold Star-Studded Back to School Drive in Houston City Limits
One of the fastest growing churches in Houston, The Lighthouse Church is holding their annual back to school drive this Sunday, August 16th. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | August 14, 2015
Music Veterans Release First Press Photo for SuperGroup ‘Five Men’ – The Williams Brothers, Wess Morgan, Shawn McLemore, Christopher Williams Join Forces
As we told you in May, some of Gospel’s best leading men are coming together to form the supergroup ‘Five Men.’ Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | August 14, 2014
Mega-Church Pastor Gregg Patrick Remakes Gap Band Hit ‘Outstanding’ Featuring Shawn McLemore
Most people know Dr. Gregg J. Patrick as the charismatic pastor of one of Houston, Texas’ largest congregations, The Southwest Community Christian Center – The Bridge, that boasts a flock of more than 7,500 people. However, he’s also a dynamic recording artist gearing up for his first musical release since 2008 and it’s an outstanding release. The uplifting new single “Outstanding” is a remake of The Gap Band’s classic 1983 #1 R&B hit of the same name. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | June 30, 2014
Move Over United Tenors, Melvin and Doug Williams Join Super-Group “5 GUYS” Featuring Wess Morgan, Shawn McLemore, and R&B Star Christopher Williams [EXCLUSIVE]
PATH MEGAzine has learned that another male super-group is being formed featuring prominent Gospel singers. On the heels of Fred Hammond’s ‘United Tenors,’ a couple of the legendary Williams Brothers are hoping to reignite the urban quartet market once again with a fresh sound. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | May 27, 2014