8/9/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Hezekiah Walker- Every Praise

Every Praise has become a gospel anthem. The video was filmed flash-mob style at Birmingham’s Five Points South fountain, Hezekiah Walker and his friends make a joyful noise in Southside Birmingham. 
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8/2/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Tasha Cobbs – Fill Me Up / Overflow (Live)

Tasha Cobbs performs the live the medley Fill Me Up / Overflow from the 2015 album One Place Live.
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7/26/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Committed- Lift Every Voice (In Honor of John Lewis)

Enjoy Committed’s version of the Lift Every Voice and Sing also known as the Black National Anthem as we celebrate the life of John Lewis. Continue reading

6/28/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Todd Dulaney Sings Psalms 18 (Live at World Harvest)

It’s important to me to do more than just sing,” Todd Dulaney said. “This whole thing that we’re doing right now, recording in Africa, It’s a movement. It’s more than just singing music. Continue reading

6/21/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Goin’ Up Yonder Virtual Choir

Deborah Joy Winans, Erica Campbell, Keith David and more join gospel legend Tramaine Hawkins for a special rendition of the gospel classic, Goin’ Up Yonder.
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6/7/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Hezekiah Walker- Every Praise Performed During George Floyd Funeral

Hezekiah Walker and his choir perform his gospel anthem Every Praise live at George Floyd Minneapolis Funeral.
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5/31/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Don’t Cry- CeCe Winan (Live)

Don’t Cry For Me is a song written by Keith Thomas and Benjamin Winans and is performed by Priscilla “CeCe” Marie Winans Continue reading

(Repost) 5/24/20 O&A NYC GOSPEL SUNDAY: Didn’t It Rain-Sister Rosetta Tharpe (Gospel Music’s First Crossover Artist)

GOSPEL SUNDAYSister Rosetta Tharpe

Sister Rosetta Tharpe, is a pioneer of twentieth-century music. Tharpe attained great popularity in the 1930s and 1940s with her gospel recordings that were a unique mixture of spiritual lyrics and rhythmic/early rock accompaniment.  She became gospel music’s first crossover artist and its first great recording star. Continue reading