Award Shows

2013 BET Celebration of Gospel – Charles Jenkins, Chicago Fellowship Choir, Jessica Reedy, Isaac Carree, Da T.R.U.T.H and Canton Jones perform “Awesome God” Remix (Video)



2013 BET Celebration of Gospel – Charles Jenkins, Chicago Fellowship Choir, Jessica Reedy, Isaac Carree, Da T.R.U.T.H and Canton Jones perform “Awesome God” Remix

2012 Celebration of Gospel: James Fortune, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Jessica Reedy, Luke James, Bobby Jones, Isaac Carree, Anthony Evans, Earnest Pugh, Stephen Hill, Mali Music, Marvin Sapp, Ricky Dillard, Michelle Williams, Fonzworth Bentley, Maurette Brown Clark, Faith Evans, Kelly Price on The Red Carpet (Video)


BET’s Torrence Glenn interviews James Fortune, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Jessica Reedy, Luke James, Bobby Jones, Isaac Carree, Anthony Evans, Earnest Pugh, Stephen Hill, Mali Music, Marvin Sapp, Ricky Dillard, Michelle Williams, Fonzworth Bentley, Maurette Brown Clark, Faith Evans and Kelly Price on The Red Carpet of the 2012 Celebration of Gospel.

2012 McDonald’s Choir Showcase Charleston, SC Still Time To Vote! May 6, 2012

SCHEDULE

The 2012 McDonald’s Choir Showcase is pleased to announce its fifth year in Charleston, South Carolina area. Join us as area gospel choirs, praise and worship teams and Christian contemporary groups from Charleston and surrounding areas showcase their talent in the 2012 McDonald’s Choir Showcase. Following is the offical calendar of the 2012 McDonald’s Choir Showcase in Charleston, South Carolina. If you haven’t voted for your favorite choir yet, there is still time. Simply click here, register for the site and get to voting!

This event will be held on May 6, 2012 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center. The nine McDonald’s Choir Showcase Finalists will make their official debut at the Showcase Concert. In addition CeCe Winans, Regina Belle and LeAndria Johnson will all perform.

General admission tickets are ONLY $10 and VIP Tickets are $20 (plus box office service charge).

2012 Stellar Awards Tribute to John P. Kee

Well done! I remember when people were saying the same thing about John P. Kee that they did about Kirk Franklin and now some of the newer artist like Mali Music, Dietrick Haddon etc. That doesn’t belong in the church. Well as times change is it wrong that the music should as well. I am sure we don’t sing Psalms the way they originally did. Why is change resisted so much in our church?

Hope you enjoy, Be Blessed!
RiverAngel42