Central City Productions has announced the nominees for the 37th Stellar Gospel Music Awards, the annual celebration honoring excellence in Gospel music. The Stellar Awards will return to Atlanta for the live-taped ceremony on Saturday, July 16, at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, as part of an illustrious weekend of events that will include
CeCe Winans, Pastor Mike Jr., Tamela Mann, Jonathan McReynolds, Mali Music, Todd Dulaney, and Kelontae Gavin among top nominees. The post 2022 Stellar Award Nominations Announced appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
MercyMe announces “MercyMe Live 2022,” an arena tour hitting 19 cities this fall and featuring returning special guests Rend Collective and Andrew Ripp. The post MercyMe Plots Fall Tour: “MercyMe Live 2022” appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The North Carolina Music Hall of Fame will officially welcome Reidsville native and Burlington resident, Janet Paschal, as a member of their 2022 inductee class this fall. The post Janet Paschal To Be Inducted Into North Carolina Music Hall of Fame appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Tasha Layton recently marked another first in a year filled with milestones with her debut on the iconic Grand Ole Opry. The post Tasha Layton Makes Grand Ole Opry Debut appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
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Parts of the east and south withered under extreme temperatures, even as health workers in hazmat suits persisted in a round of mandatory coronavirus tests.