Chris Wesley and Undignified Praise Invite You To Worship With New Anthem and Radio Single “Psalms 34”
Dallas, TX — Pastor Chris Wesley is one of the nation’s rising anointed voices. As the eldest son of Pastor Karry and Cheryl Wesley of The Antioch Church of Dallas, Chris has been groomed to be the frontline leader for the next generation of the church…
Vocalist Mary Stallings Reflects on
80 Years of Life in Music on
Songs Were Made To Sing
Acclaimed Singer Tells Her Personal Story
Through 13 Classics with Stellar Band Featuring
David Hazeltine and Eddie Henderson
Not a single lyric on Songs Were Made To Sing was written by Mary Stallings, but each one represents a chapter in her life and a piece of her soul.
Dorthaan Kirk, Newark’s First Lady of Jazz,
Selected as a 2020 NEA Jazz Master
Kirk, along with fellow NEA Jazz Masters Bobby McFerrin, Roscoe Mitchell
and Reggie Workman, Will Be Honored at a Special Concert at SF Jazz Center on April 2, 2020
NEW YORK, NY, MAY 22, 2019 – If you missed yesterday’s exciting announcement that DORTHAAN KIRK was named a 2020 NEA Jazz Master for her work as a tireless advocate for Jazz, please click HERE.
ESTELLE RELEASES VIDEO FOR
Announces Essence After Dark Reggae X Afro-Beats
Link Up at 2019 Essence Music Festival
NEW YORK, NY – The new video for “Lights Out” by Grammy Award winning entertainer Estelle has premiered today. The sultry reggae track is off of her 2018 album Lovers Rock.
FOR NEW SONG “OK”
SONG AVAILABLE WITH PRE-ORDER / PRE-ADD OF FRANKLIN’S NEW ALBUM
LONG LIVE LOVE
New York, NY (May 17, 2019) – Today, 14-time GRAMMY® winning artist, songwriter and producer Kirk Franklin unveiled the video for his song “OK”. The “OK” video was directed by Matt DeLisi.
National Press Club Hosts Dionne Warwick and Valerie Simpson for Documentary Screening on Hal David, May 20
WASHINGTON, May 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The National Press Club Events Team will host a special dinner and screening of “What the World Needs Now: Words by Hal David,” a PBS documentary tribute to the man who wrote many of the most enduring songs in American popular music, at 6 p.m. Monday, May 20.