Gospel Legend Tramaine Hawkins Honored in Documentary Film: “I Raise My Hands” [VIDEO]
UPDATE: As of January 11th, they are still filming the documentary of Tramaine Hawkins “I Raise My Hands”. We will update you as soon as we hear more again.
We want to thank our friends over at Joy105.com for the update. Originally posted on June 11, 2012.
D. Channsin Berry, via this trailer, announces a new film-in-the-making: “I Raise My Hands …The Tramaine Hawkins Story,” a documentary film about the music and life of Gospel Great, Lady Tramaine Hawkins. The film interviews started with members of the Hawkins/Richardson families. The documentary film will include R&B and pop artist greats and fans, telling the part of Tramaine’s story that saw her growing up in the Bay area in the 1960s. The in-depth interview with Tramaine takes us through the dynamics that shaped her life: the racial tensions and politics of the Vietnam era, her honors and disappointments with the record industry, her life with Walter Hawkins, and the church that eventually disowned her when she recorded the hit dance record, “Fall Down (The Spirit of Love)”, the #1 hit in Europe and #2 hit in the United States. Source
The Trailer for a new Documentary Film By Director/Producer D.Channsin Berry …The Music and the Life of Gospel Singing Great Lady Tramaine Hawkins.
We are interested in knowing if a lot of truth will come out in the film opposed to just honor, glory and fluff.
Watch the film’s video trailer below:
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