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Stars Serve Strong Medicine at Chicago Gospel Music Festival Preview

By Bob Marovich “The Bible says, ‘Be fruitful and multiply,'” award-winning gospel artist Tye Tribbett told a standing room only crowd gathered at the 30th Chicago Gospel Music Festival Preview event last night. “That means be fruitful before you multiply. Some artists want to multiply before they are fruitful!” Tribbett’s recommendation to get the music right before going gonzo with the promotion was one of many golden nuggets he and R&B artist KEM dished out during a discussion facilitated by gospel artist Anita Wilson. The event, which took place at the Chicago Cultural Center Monday night, May 11, was co-sponsored by the ...

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Christian Artist Rachael Mann Seeks Your Help

From Christian artist Rachael Mann: “You can partner with us to take my new single “What Kind Of Love” to national Christian radio stations while also bringing awareness to human trafficking. This song comes from 1 John 3:1 which talks about God’s amazing love! We have a limited time though to get this accomplished. “We want to make our goal not only for getting this song on nationwide Christian radio, but to help Humanility, a non profit that helps with human trafficking!” Half of the proceeds of the song will go to Humanility.  Check out the crowdfunding project and video ...

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Habakkuk Music, Central City to Produce Stellar Awards 30th Anniversary Album

Columbia, MD – Habakkuk Music has announced a historic partnership with Central City Productions to release a special compilation album celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Stellar Gospel Music Awards. The highly anticipated album, Stellar Awards 30th Anniversary 1985-2015 (Habakkuk Music), releases March 31, 2015. The first Stellar Gospel Music Awards television broadcast took place at the Arie Crown Theater in Chicago in 1985 and this year’s landmark program takes place at The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. The collector’s edition album will feature an array of chart topping tracks by fifteen of the most legendary names to ever stand on ...

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Mahalia Jackson Story to Hit the Silver Screen

From a press release: Bill Duke (left) brings his years of talent and experience to direct and executive produce The Mahalia Jackson Story, a music biopic chronicling the life of the woman who rose from poverty and obscurity to become the world’s greatest gospel singer and a music icon and legend. “Getting her story to the screen has been a passion project of mine for many years,” said Duke, who has more than 60 features, TV shows, and TV movies to his credit. The Mahalia Jackson Story was written by Ruth L Ratny, based on Just Mahalia Baby, Jackson’s seminal ...

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