On August 19 & 20, Gospel Music legends Bill & Gloria Gaither will present the Oklahoma Homecoming at the Mabee Center in Tulsa. Over the course of two days, more than a dozen Homecoming friends will gather for the first live concert video-taping in more than a decade. The post Bill and Gloria Gaither Bring
Central City Productions announces the launch of the Stellar TV network, set to premiere in fourth quarter of 2022. The post Stellar TV to Launch as Black-Owned and Operated Black Lifestyle Network appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The Board of Directors of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) is pleased to announce the selection of Troy A. Miller as the association’s new President & CEO. The post Troy A. Miller Elected as President & CEO of National Religious Broadcasters appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
The ElectraQueens are breaking all the rules as they make their latest mark on the music scene with seamless vocal harmony. Originally known as The Highway Women starting back in 2016, they have been making waves ever since! Their introduction of breathtaking new vocalists to the lineup then set the stage for the project’s pivot
Anna Azeril – “In The Name Of Love” Anna Azeril Bio New Zealand’s Wellington is where Anna Azerli was born. She started as an opera singer at the Accademia Teatro all Scala, Milan, Italy. After completing one of the top training programs in the world, Azerli’s career began. Her debut live performance took place at
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