Saturday, October 31, 2020

National Museum of African-American Music Ground-Breaking in Nashville to Honor Patti LaBelle, Kirk Franklin...

In advance of its fourth annual Legends Luncheon on June 1, the National Museum of African-American Music (NMAAM) will break ground for its long-anticipated...

Tasha Cobbs Gold Record Celebrated During Morning Glory Breakfast

Tasha Cobbs received special honors receiving a plaque recognizing RIAA certified gold record status for her hit #1 single “Break Every Chain” at the annual...

Chance the Rapper Celebrates Birthday by Holding Special Charity Event With Friends: Recap

Reflecting on a historical year-long run that saw him ascend to the national throne, win three Grammys and assert himself as one of the...

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith defends Steve Harvey and others who met with Trump

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith used the observance of the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King and the coming inauguration of Donald Trump...

Briana Babineaux: Gospel’s Overnight Wonder

College student-turned-gospel music success story Briana "Bri" Babineaux came into her celebrity one night in 2015 after a bad breakup. The University of Louisiana student worked through...

Yolanda Adams to Kim Burrell: Attack on My Friend Bishop Long Is Unwarranted

Gospel singer Yolanda Adams has responded to singer Kim Burrell's comments about megachurch Pastor Eddie Long bringing homosexuality into the church with a "perverted...

A gangsta’s hip-hop redemption

by Marcus Thompson | The Christian Chronicle OAKLAND, Calif. — Life as a noted Oakland rapper and street hustler left Anthony Nelson with a wealth of harrowing tales....

How Kirk Franklin is Pushing the Boundaries of Gospel

By Vinson Cunningham, The New Yorker It’s hard to describe in a word what Kirk Franklin does for a living. Franklin, forty-six, is the most successful...

Tour Dates Announced For Cece Winans

Cece Winans is coming to a city near you this Spring.  The ten time Grammy winner celebrates the release of her chart topping CD...

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Beloved Harlem pastor dies of coronavirus

By: Ayana Harry HARLEM — The longtime pastor of Harlem’s Macedonia Baptist Church, Reverend Isaac Graham, passed away Sunday...

Nearly 3 dozen who attended Arkansas church event test positive for coronavirus

By Janelle Griffith Nearly three dozen people who attended a recent children's event at a church in Arkansas have tested...

Coronavirus: Solid Rock Church holding services despite social distance warnings

MONROE  — Some congregations throughout Ohio are stirring controversy by continuing in-person services despite Gov. Mike DeWine's order banning such large gatherings.
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