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ASCAP AND MOTOWN GOSPEL CELEBRATE 2017 STELLAR AWARDS NOMINEES AT ANNUAL ASCAP “MORNING GLORY” BREAKFAST IN LAS VEGAS

ASCAP & MOTOWN GOSPEL CELEBRATE 2017 STELLAR AWARDS NOMINEES AT MORNING GLORY BREAKFAST IN LAS VEGAS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  ASCAP AND MOTOWN GOSPEL CELEBRATE 2017 STELLAR AWARDS NOMINEES AT ANNUAL ASCAP “MORNING GLORY” BREAKFAST IN LAS VEGAS   Featuring Inspirational Performances By Tasha Cobbs, Brian Courtney Wilson, VaShawn Mitchell and Gene Moore   LAS VEGAS, Nevada (March 25, 2017) — Earlier today, the American Society of …

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2017 Stellar Awards Performers Announced | @TheStellars

From left to right: Kirk Franklin, Tamela Mann and Jonathan McReynolds at the 2015 Stellar Awards(Photo Credit: Earl Gibson III)

Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, Tamela Mann, Shirley Caesar, Jekalyn Carr, Travis Greene, VaShawn Mitchell, Tasha Cobbs, Jonathan Butler, Doug Williams, JJ Hairston and Youthful Praise, Canton Jones, Jonathan McReynolds, Da’ Truth & More Set To Perform at 32nd Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards Annual Salute to Gospel Music Premiering on TV One Sunday, April 9 …

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Janice Gaines talks Bible text, teaching, transition and living the Greatest Life Ever!

Janice Gaines - 2015

Motown Gospel’s newest recording artist, Janice Gaines, is joy-personified. Her unshakable bliss and infectious spirit is an alluring quality she definitely possesses. That jubilance is also detectable in her debut album, The Greatest Life Ever, a collection of slickly produced, pop-infused songs that embody Janice’s deepest beliefs as a contemporary …

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#MusicReview: Motown Christmas by Various Artists

Motown Christmas 2014 - Various Artists

“Christ, the Savior is born.” Those powerful words, excerpted from “Silent Night” exemplify the meaning of Christmas.  Truly, Christmas is “the most wonderful time of the year,” as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.  Sure the fruitcakes, decorations, and gifts play a role in the jubilance of Christmas, but …

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