Kennedy Center

Washington, DC —   Patrick Lundy and the Ministers of Music (PL&MOM) are one of the most recognizable choirs in the Gospel and Christian music genre.  The Washington DC-based collective of singers and musicians have made prestigious and iconic appearances, including the annual “A Capitol Fourth” concert broadcast on PBS from the nation’s capital celebrating […]

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — May 1, 1972 was a whirlwind day of celebration in Marvin Gaye’s hometown of Washington, D.C. Designated “Marvin Gaye Day,” it began with Gaye giving a speech to students at Cardozo High, the school he’d attended, before he and his parents were ushered by motorcade to other points around […]

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell reflects on a list of accomplishments that she and her sister compiled in hopes of achieving as Mary Mary. Some things on the list include doing a live recording, singing at Carnegie Hall and performing at the Kennedy Center. Recently, Mary Mary was invited to sing their […]

This week’s airing of the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors showed President Obama in a whole new light after a show-stopping performance from the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. The legendary singer brought the house down during her tribute to singer/songwriter Carole King in Washington D.C. The December 6th show aired Tuesday evening and honored King, Star Wars creator George Lucas, […]

September Is Gospel Music Heritage Month Gospel Music Heritage Foundation presents: “The Evolution of Gospel”                                                    Cathy Hughes is presented with the Gospel Music Heritage Living Legends Award by Carl Davis, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Jazzy Jordan during “The Evolution of Gospel” at the Kennedy Center 2011  (Photo by LaBelle & Associates) By […]