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R&B Singer Brandy on Recording a Gospel Album “It Would Be A Dream Come True”
R&B/pop singer Brandy recently revealed that she is contemplating the idea of creating a gospel album after realizing that it would be an accomplishment for her to inspire those who want to be uplifted with truthful music. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | October 31, 2013
Pastor John P. Kee Gearing Up for New Single on Deluxe Edition of CD/Book Release and DVD Taping
Chart topping gospel recording artist, Pastor John P. Kee is set for his next musical offering as he gears up for the release date for his latest release, Life and Favor Deluxe Edition. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | October 2, 2013
Son of Late Rev. Timothy Wright, Pastor David Wright Hosts Rememberable LIVE Recording in Brooklyn, NY
Continuing the legacy of “The Godfather of Gospel” Rev. Timothy Wright, his son, Pastor David Wright revived his beloved New York Fellowship Mass Choir with a “live” recording in Brooklyn, NY over the weekend. Read the full post »
This post was written by Kris Patrick | June 10, 2013
Donald Lawrence Announces He Will Produce Karen Clark Sheard’s LIVE Recording in 2013
Lawrence has a long history of working with the Gospel singer. Lawrence provided production for Karen Clark-Sheard’s groundbreaking debut solo CD ‘Finally Karen’ in 1997 as well as her Second Chance and The Heavens are Telling projects.
Karen has appeared as guest vocalist on a number of Tri City Singers projects and Lawrence also produced the Grammy award winning Clark Sisters Live: One Last Time CD in 2007. Read the full post »
This post was written by admin | November 8, 2012