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Over the span of her 60+ year career, she successfully did what so many artists try to do-live in the balance of what is sacred and secular.
During her six-decade career Aretha earned 44 GRAMMY® nominations, 18 GRAMMY Awards, and was recognized by the Recording Academy™ on several occasions for her remarkable accomplishments as an artist and philanthropist.
The big winner was first-time nominee, newcomer Tauren Wells, who took home four awards, including Contemporary Christian Artist of the Year and New Artist of The Year. Superstar Zach Williams took home Artist of the Year.
Freedom,the Choir’s sixth recording, is a collection of freedom songs from South Africa and beyond marking the centennial of Nelson Mandela’s birth.
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced the final round of performers and presenters for the 49th Annual GMA Dove Awards. KB is set to perform as well as Anthony Brown & Group TherAPy with 1K Phew. Brian Courtney Wilson, Brian and Jenn Johnson, Chonda Pierce, Erwin Brothers, Israel Houghton, Joel Houston, Jonathan McReynolds, Jordan Feliz, Joseph Habedank, Rebecca St. James, Trace Adkins and The Walls Group will join the show as presenters.
With the president’s signature today, the Music Modernization Act is...
The Potter’s House’s United MegaCARE is collecting new and gently used bags, of all kinds and dimensions, for domestic violence victims in partnership with Genesis Women’s Shelter.
Her latest single is giving us more of her best and once you listen, you’re sure to say “God did it, again!”
“Adding delivery has been a key objective for the entire Church’s® system this year,” said Hector Muñoz, Global Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President for the brand.
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter announce a new scholarship program that will award one exceptional senior high school student with financial needs
McCoo and Davis, seven time GRAMMY® Award winners, who last performed at the Catalina Jazz Club in 2014 before a sold out crowd, will perform pop classics
Operating from 1943 to 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio, King Records went on to become one of the most influential and largest record labels in the country, as well as one of the first racially integrated labels lauded for the diversity of its roster.