The 4th of July is special to me because that's when our nation won its independence from England! I am proud to be an American and to live in the United States. We have so many freedoms that other countries do not have. We, as a nation have the freedom to worship any way we like and the freedom of free speech.
Gospel artists will perform at the BET awards tonight, Sunday, June 26 at 8 pm ET. Performing will be Mary Mary, Shirley Caesar, Deitrick Haddon, Faithful Central Choir and Kimberly Nichole will take the stage during the awards show. Fans of Mali Music will be in Washington, DC on Sunday, July 3rd, will also perform at the BET awards.
Some of the gospel award nominees are Byron Cage, Deitrick Haddon, Mary Mary, Karen Clark Sheard and BeBe & CeCe Winans. To see the complete list of BET Awards nominees CLICK HERE.
The BET Awards will be broadcast live and hosted by actor/comedian Kevin Hart. The awards show will honor Steve Harvey and Patti LaBelle.
A year after hitting #1 on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs chart with the smash hit “Rain On Us,” Earnest Pugh is on his way back to the top spot with the new tune, “I Need Your Glory.” Tune in to WBLK Sunday Morning Gospel to hear Ernest Pugh's “I Need Your Glory.”
Karen Clark Sheard (member of the Clark Sisters) nominated for “Best Gospel Artist” at this year’s upcoming BET Awards, made Gospel music history in January by becoming the first artist honored with “The Albertina Walker Female Vocalist of the Year Award” from the Stellar Awards. Also, she was nominated for prestigious Grammy, Dove Awards this year, nominated for this year’s “Best Gospel Artist” honors at the BET Awards that will be live on BET star-studded telecast on Sunday, June 26, 2011. You can hear selections from Karen’s latest CD “All In One” Sundays on 93.7 WBLK.
The 42nd Annual Dove Awards, hosted by Sherri Shepherd, will take place at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA on Wednesday, April 20th at 8 p.m. ES.T. The awards show will be televised on GMC on Easter Sunday, April 24, 2011 at 7 p.m. ET.
Pastor Smokie Norful, grammy award winner, songwriter and producer releases, How I Got Over, Songs That Carried Us, featuring the 12th District A.M.E. Church Choir, honoring the African American church's beloved songs.
Pastor Marvin Sapp, singer, songwriter recorded with the group Commissioned before beginning a solo career. He is the founder and senior pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church. Pastor Sapp began singing when he was 4 years old.
Pastor Sapp established himself as a contemporary gospel solo artist and has recorded seven albums. His first crossover fame was the release of "Never Would Have Made It" from the album Thirsty in 2007.
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