Charlie Wilson, Yolanda Adams, Lalah Hathaway,
Tosha Cobbs, Johnathan McReynolds and many more
Los Angeles, CA – Gospel Music had a strong presence in the Los Angeles during Celebration of Gospel.
The three hour concert took place at Orpheum Theatre on Saturday, March 15, 2014 in Los Angeles, California and aired on Sunday, April 6, 2014 @8:00p.m. EST. Hosting this years event for the first time was Actress Taraji P. Henson.
With a packed audience, this was a night filled with great music, celebration and Praises to God.
Some of this years performances included several collaborations between Gospel and R&B artists including duets by Donnie McClurkin and Tye Tribbett; KEM, LeAndria Johnson and Ron Isley, Lalah Hathaway and Zacardi Cortez; and Chante Moore and Vashawn Mitchell.
Other strong performances were given by Yolanda Adams, Tosha Cobbs, JJ Hairston, Maurette Brown Clark and Erica Campbell.
One of this year’s standout performances was given by Charlie Wilson, who shared a testimony, praised God with lifted hands and talked about just how good God is! He was so energized and excited about God’s love that he kicked off his shows and slid across the floor in his silky white socks and had many in the audience standing on their feet as well, all with lifted hands praising God.
Acoustic soul artist India Arie teamed up with Christian contemporary artist Jonathan McReynolds for a special performance that was truly breath taking. Female R&B group SWV and the Rance Allen Group also gave memorable performances.
There was a special tribute to gospel music pioneer and living legend Richard Smallwood, along with a special presentation by Dr. Bobby Jones.
(In photo: Charlie Wilson performing during Celebration of Gospel. Photo by Jeffrey B. Grant)
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