Join us all month long as we celebrate special moments in Gospel music’s history, host informative live conversations with Dwan Hill, HLE, Pastor Mike Jr, Gene Moore, Brian Courtney Wilson and more!
Dr. Bobby Jones, Ambassador Andrew Young, and Danny Glover to be honored in the Black Music & Entertainment Walk of Fame Black History Month Induction Ceremony and Brunch Celebration.
Randle’s debut network special will showcase stirring performances, poignant moments of reflection and renowned guests, all in celebration of Black History Month.
A new radio documentary that explores the history of black gospel music and illustrates its significant influence on the formation of rock and soul music will be broadcast by US radio stations in February, during Black History Month.
Al Green formed his first gospel group at the age of nine in Forest City, Ark., and has been singing the gospel ever since. The Green Brothers toured throughout the South in the mid-1950s before the family relocated to Grand Rapids, Mich. There, Green began singing soul music on his own, incorporating gospel and his signature wild moans and wails.
Singing in church since the age of four, Chicago-born Albertina Walker had already been a member of a number of choirs and touring gospel groups by the time she organized her own group in 1951 at the age of 22.
NEWS: Erica Campbell & Mother Thomasina “Honey” Atkins Participate in the Launch of My Black Is Beautiful Program for Black History Month
As Erica Campbell reached yet another milestone—becoming the first Gospel artist to hit 1 million followers on Instagram, the multi Grammy® winning recording artist and WE tv star of her own hit series “Mary Mary,” along with the help of her mother Thomasina “Honey” Atkins are taking the initiative to participate in this year’s My Black is Beautiful “Beautiful Reflections,” program for Black History Month from February 1st -28th , 2016.