Transparent Productions presents the Fall 2023 Danny Gokey “Stay Strong Tour” with his friend Austin French (“Born Again,” “Freedom Hymn”) and introducing Natalie Layne. Following up on the successful “Jesus People” tour this year, Gokey is revamping his tour this fall with a fresh approach. The 20+ city nationwide tour will feature a unique opportunity
Awakening Foundation announces award-winning artist and songwriter Matthew West extends his “My Story Your Glory Tour” into this fall. Sponsored by Altrua and World Vision, the tour, which kicked off this past spring, will visit 20 additional markets throughout October and November.
GRAMMY®-nominated, Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Ryan Stevenson will be spotlighted on two of the world’s most prestigious stages in August. The “Eye of the Storm” hitmaker is set for his Grand Ole Opry debut on the heels of his first-time performance at Colorado’s renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
One of Christian’s music’s leading booking agencies, The Harper Agency has announced the signing of popular quartet, The Guardians to the company’s artist roster. The talented vocal group has enjoyed an exciting career in the Gospel music genre, and Ed Harper, President of The Harper Agency, says he is extremely happy to have the opportunity
In partnership with Transparent Productions and Integrity Music, award-winning songwriter, artist, and worship leader Matt Redman launches WOR/TH, a unique series aimed to equip and encourage songwriters, worship leaders, musicians, pastors, and worship teams. C reated by Redman to come back to both the heart and the mind of worship, the first of the WOR/TH series will kick off
By Ericka Alston Buck, Special to the AFRO Technology has made single people everywhere accessible at the click of a button. Love is available online with the help of dating websites and apps that make the selection process as simple as a swift right or left swipe. Jumping back into the dating game after a
By Nijiama Smalls, The Black Girl’s Guide to Healing Emotional Wounds “Anything a man loves, he takes care of it.” These are the words my partner has said to me on numerous occasions, and they are true. Prior to marrying my husband, I dated guys that were “sneakerheads.” They adored their sneakers so much they
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, firstname.lastname@example.org Hollywood actors are battling the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) after contract negotiations came to no resolution in July. On July 14, SAG-AFTRA, which represents nearly 160,000 actors, dancers, stunt performers, voice over artists and other media professionals, went on strike. This move came a
By Ashleigh Fields, AFRO Assistant Editor, email@example.com Emmett Till’s and Mamie Till Mobley’s family members, legislators and civil rights advocates gathered in the Indian Treaty Room on July 25 to watch as President Biden signed a national proclamation to erect three national monuments in Till’s honor. “I spent my early years as a sharecropper and
By Reginald Williams, Special to the AFRO The Florida State Academic Standard—2023, a social studies curriculum developed by the Republican administration of Gov. Ron DeSantis and approved by the Florida Board of Education (FBOE), has ignited a firestorm amongst Black people. The 216-page syllabus includes the history of African-Americans in America– with an interesting take