Anthony Brown is a brilliant singer, songwriter, choir director and vocal arranger with writing credits for songs recorded by Maurette Brown Clark and Stephen Hurd along with being the vocal director for BET s Celebration of Gospel for 2006 & 2007. Continue reading
In Every Praise, filmed flash-mob style at Birmingham’s Five Points South fountain, Walker and his friends make a joyful noise in Southside. Continue reading
You Deserve It performed by JJ Hairston and Youthful Praise. Continue reading
Yolanda Adams – Never Give Up is an inspiring anthem from her 2001 album Believe. Continue reading
Shirley Ann Caesar-Williams, known professionally as Shirley Caesar is considered the First Lady of Gospel Music. The singer, songwriter and recording artist career has spanned over six decades. Caesar is a multi-award winning artist, with eleven Grammy Awards and seven Dove Awards to her credit.
Gospel musician and pastor Travis Montorius Greene led the field of nominees at the 2017 Stellar Gospel Music Awards by taking home seven awards. Greene is married to Jacqueline “Jackie” Gyamfi Greene and together they co-pastor lead Forward City Church in Columbia, South Carolina. Continue reading
(Ain’t Gonna let Nobody) Turn Me Round performed by The Freedom Singers at the White House Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement.
Daryl Coley began performing with Edwin Hawkins in the Edwin Hawkins Singers. He played keyboards for The Hawkins Family from 1977 until he left to collaborate with James Cleveland in 1983. Continue reading
The ministry of K & K Mime has expanded the horizons on how we spread the Gospel. Keith and Karl Edmonds began exploring the art of mime at the age of ten, as a means of church involvement. Much to their surprise, they’re artistic creativity was more than just a church activity… it was a ministry. Continue reading
Oh Happy Day is a 1967 gospel music arrangement of an 18th-century hymn. Recorded by the Edwin Hawkins Singers, it became an international hit in 1969. Hawkins’ arrangement quickly became a “standard” and has been recorded by hundreds of artists. It was included on the RIAA Songs of the Century list and won Hawkins a Grammy Award for Best Soul Gospel Performance in 1970. Continue reading