Articles Posted in the " Gospel Artists " Category

  • Worse Playing Church Video of 2015: “Hell to the Naw Naw”??? Pastor’s Church Music Video Goes Viral [VIDEO]

    Worse Playing Church Video of 2015: “Hell to the Naw Naw”??? Pastor’s Church Music Video Goes Viral [VIDEO]

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    “Hell to the Naw Naw”??? Pastor’s Church Music Video Goes Viral [VIDEO]

    Report from Aug 7, 2015:

    What in the world, Pastor Bullwinkle? You said what? This is the reaction most people have for a pastor making a music video and cussing like that.

    Take a listen and God forgive us for writing it in the title of this post but the point must be made and only for that purpose.

    No comment my lips are zipped shut.

    Posted by Collin Harewood on Monday, July 27, 2015


  • Reflecting on 2015: Andrae Crouch Homegoing Service STREAMING LIVE HERE!!

    Reflecting on 2015: Andrae Crouch Homegoing Service STREAMING LIVE HERE!!

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    Andrae Crouch Homegoing Service STREAMING LIVE TODAY!!

    From January 21, 2015:

    Here’s Pastor Andrae Crouch’s Homegoing information and details below. This also includes the

    A celebration of Andraé Crouch’s life will take place at West Angeles Church of God In Christ, located at 3600 Crenshaw Blvd in Los Angeles, California. Both services will be open to the public.

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015. Viewing: 9:00am – 10:00am.

    Celebration of Life: 11:00am

    BET will STREAM LIVE both services “LIVE” at BET.com/andraecrouchfuneral.

    West Angeles Church of God In Christ will also stream both services at watch.westa.tv.







  • The Origins of Gospel Music by Robert Marovich’s new Book

    The Origins of Gospel Music by Robert Marovich’s new Book

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    The Origins of Gospel Music by Robert Marovich’s new Book

    Robert Marovich’s latest book traces gospel music’s origins and honors those who devoted themselves to the gospel by showing how various, and how important, that devotion has been.

    Today gospel performers, like Mahalia Jackson and Mavis Staples, are widely respected not only for their music, but for their association with the civil rights movement and the black liberation struggle. Jackson is even thought to have prodded Martin Luther King, Jr. to launch into his “I Have a Dream” speech. But gospel’s status, and respectability, was not always so secure. In fact, according to Robert M. Marovich’s new study of Chicago gospel, A City Called Heaven, there was a time when gospel was seen as decidedly unrespectable — as a scandal and a disgrace.