Okay…I am sure a few of you have already checked this out but we absolutely had to put this Earnest Pugh video from last year on blast. This video truly shows us how his latest cd entitled Earnest Pugh Live: “Rain On Us” debuted #2 on the Billboard Top Gospel Chart!! Check it out!!
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The Gospel Heritage Praise & Worship Conference kicks off in Florida next week and the line-up is amazing!! Transformational seminars on everything from music and dance to praise & worship. And don’t forget the all-star line up! An awesome list of pastors and gospel artists including Min. Byron Cage, Min. Stephen Hurd, Bishop Andy Lewter Jr., PJ Mortan, Kirk Franklin, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Donnie McClurkin, Judy McAllister, Bishop Noel Jones, Dr. Rudolph McKissick, and more..
For more information check out the GHF website
Are you ready to find out who’s the next Sunday Best? I sure am..if you think you got the skills to follow in the footsteps the likes of Crystal Aiken and Y’Anna Crawley then make sure you definitely make your way to the auditions:
Sunday Best Season 3 Auditions:
When: February 20, 8 a.m. – noon
Where: COBO Center
1 Washington Blvd.,
Detroit, MI 48226
When: February 27, 8 a.m. – noon
Where: Ernest M. Morial Convention Center
900 Convention Center Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70130-1799
When: March 6, 8 a.m. – noon
Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center
One Convention Center Place
1101 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
For more info check out BET’s website
Let me first say..I think that those who made/make contributions to the African-American culture should be honored all year around..but I admit I love..love..love seeing all the events and ceremonies honoring people in February!! I want to take time to pay homage to one of Gospel’s Greats…Ms. Mahalia Jackson!!!
Mahalia Jackson (October 26, 1911 – January 27, 1972) was an African-American gospel singer. Nicknamed “Halie”, Jackson grew up in the Black Pearl section of the Carrollton neighborhood of Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana. Mahalia was the third child to John A. Jackson, a barber and preacher, and Charity Clark, who died at the age of 25 when Mahalia was only five years old. Mahalia’s story is one of great triumph, she overcame many obstacles and grew up to be referred to as The First Queen of Gospel.
In 1950 she became the first gospel singer to perform at New York’s Carnegie Hall. Read the rest of this entry »