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Renowned gospel music competition How Sweet The Sound announced it will relaunch next summer, providing a critical stage for artists representing the best in gospel choir, solo and dance performances.
Gentle Giant Music Ministries CEO Nathanael Brown, an award-winning choral director and saxophonist, said, “What a sweet sound to be bringing back How Sweet The Sound. Not only will it give a big stage to individual and collaborating artists, but it will also help raise awareness about an undervalued, uniquely American art form.”
Hosting and performing at the event will be distinguished songwriter/producer/composer Donald Lawrence, one of gospel music’s biggest influencers. Lawrence said, “I am thrilled to be returning to the How Sweet The Sound stage. The new How Sweet The Sound will embrace this diversity, lifting up participants from all walks of life.”
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How Sweet The Sound registration is open through December 31, 2021. There is no cost to register; participants must be 18 years of age or older. Event tickets are available at Ticketmaster or Bon Secours Wellness Arena. Click here for sponsorship opportunities. (Source: HowSweetTheSound.com)
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To celebrate the release of “E3,” Evrod Cassimy is donating more than $30,000 to Detroit students. Listen below as I talk to Evrod about this newest project and why he is so passionate about supporting the students at Cass Tech.
Cassimy raised the money himself through generous donations from a variety on sponsors in Metro Detroit who wanted to join his initiative.
To celebrate the release of “E3” at the Emagine Theatres on Saturday October 30th, guests must register to get on the wait list online at EvrodCassimy.com. The “E3: Album Release Party & Concert Fundraiser” is presented by Triumph Church and Greektown Casino.
Serena Williams says she’s so excited about the trailer for the movie that is about Serena and Venus Williams’ tennis career. Their father, Richard Williams, helped equip the sisters to dominate the tennis world.
Serena called the movie, “a cool experience.” “King Richard” begins streaming on HBOMax and hits theatres on November 19th.