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VaShawn Mitchell

Gospel vocalist/songwriter VaShawn Mitchell was created and raised in Chicago, Illinois, where, in his early teenagers, he became helper music movie director of St. Tag Baptist Church, dealing with choir head Lonnie Hunter. Then became Minister of Music at Lovely Holy Spirit Cathedral under Bishop Larry D. Trotter. Being a …

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Sam Salter

Gospel-primed soul singer Sam Salter spent many years within the choir from the Faithful Church of God in Christ in his indigenous Los Angeles, after that crossed towards the secular side from the paths for his 1997 recording debut, It’s About Tonight. In addition to his spiritual inspirations, Salter was …

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John P. Kee

A religious calling turned John P. Kee from a seedy life-style to a profession like a top-ranked gospel performer, maker, and pastor of the brand new Life Fellowship Chapel in Charlotte, NEW YORK. Inside a 1996 interview he described, “God shipped me in Charlotte’s internal town from a existence that …

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James Roberson

Besides his day time work teaching music at UCLA, Teacher James Roberson is really a music maker — having caused Kirk Franklin, Howard Hewitt, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, and Beverly Crawford — in addition to the chief executive and founder from the gospel-based label JDI Files. After making a Masters Level …

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Vickie Winans

Award-winning singer Vickie Winans (given birth to Viviane Bowman) began her profession when she was a youngster, performing with family. Delivered the seventh kid of the still-growing family members, Winans grew up in Detroit, Michigan. Her whole family members was a musical one, and deeply spiritual aswell. She was no …

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Dorothy Love Coates

Possibly the most underrated gospel vocalist and songwriter of black gospel’s golden age, Dorothy Love Coates symbolized, in what of Craig Werner’s A BIG CHANGE Is Gonna Come: Music, Race as well as the Soul of America, “the very best of what the first ’60s offered: a style of call …

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Tamela Mann

Modern gospel singer Tamela Mann, known on her behalf strong and effective soprano singing tone of voice, was born in June 9, 1966 in Fort Worthy of, Tx, the youngest of 14 children. Mann’s years as a child was focused by the current presence of the Cathedral of God in …

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BeBe Winans

Usually working being a duet act along with his sister CeCe or working the backdrop on releases with the Winans (four of his older brothers), BeBe Winans released his first solo album in October 1997. It do very well over the gospel graphs, and even produced an impact over the …

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Anthony Evans

The son of Dr. Tony Evans — creator and pastor of Dallas, Tx’ Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, and a high-profile radio and tv web host — Anthony Evans began his profession in Christian music in 2001, being a history vocalist for Kirk Franklin. Over time with Franklin, Evans set up …

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Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr.

Listeners and audiences are generally astounded by the tone of voice and character of Bishop Paul S. Morton. Whether within a televised appearance with youth friend Aretha Franklin or in his capability as the mature pastor of Greater St. Stephens Total Gospel Cathedral in New Orleans, Bishop Morton is normally …

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