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Mary Mary Kirk Franklin Shirley Caesar
The show of Mary Mary delivered 1.3 millions total viewers. NEW YORK, NY -- March 10, 2015 -- Four times a charm! Season four of WE tv’s popular original series Mary Mary. That night all African-American were among the viewers and also the series caught fire on social media too with Mary Mary landing as a top trending topic on Twitter. She also ranked as the number 1 cable telecast. Gospel super duo Mary Mary will be performing at the 2015 Fantastic Voyage in April! Erica Campbell says that the duo will be performing on the 2015 Fantastic Voyage. Erica says that since she had a such a great time on the last cruise, she’s looking forward to coming back. And she’s just won a Soul Train Award for her song “A Little More Jesus.” Kirk Franklin: Live Concert in the United states of America, 2nd July 2015 at 8:00 pm. Kirk Franklin is an American gospel musician, choir director, and author who for the past 2 decades has bridged the gap between gospel and other musical genres. With nine Grammy Awards and 39 Stellar Awards, Kirk Franklin is undoubtedly a gospel and contemporary music powerhouse. He is known for leading urban contemporary choirs such as The Family, God’s Property and One Nation Crew. Franklin is also the host and executive producer of the gospel talent show “Sunday Best,” the highest-rated gospel program in BET network history.

Shirley Caesar is an iconic Gospel artist who has traveled the world spreading the Gospel and breaking down barriers for Gospel artists. She is a multiple Grammy Award nominee and 11 time winner who has truly exemplified Gospel music to the core. She has sung for Presidents and world leaders, yet is also at home Pastoring to a thriving church in Raleigh-Durham. Shirley Caesar started out in the early 60's singing with the group the Caravans, and went on as a solo artist in 1966. She has released OVER 30 solo albums during her career.



CeCe Winans Marvin Sapp
CeCe began her solo career with the Platinum certified album Alone in His Presence. It was released in 1995 and earned her a Grammy Award and two Dove Awards, including the Female Vocalist of the Year, an award she earned again in 1997. Winans' next release, the Gold certified Everlasting Love was released in 1998 and featured Winans highest to date Billboard charting solo singles "Well Alright" and "Slippin". The young lady that played me is totally beautiful!” said CeCe in a Facebookpost. “I’m flattered.” The dialogue in the made-for-TV movie that drew 4.5 million viewers Saturday was brief. “Oh, CeCe!” Yaya Da Costa, who played Whitney said, reaching out for an embrace.“So good to see you,” replied he actress portraying CeCe. “You look fabulous!” said the pop diva. “No, you do.” That was it. For over 25 years, she has been one of the most predominant and celebrated voices in Gospel music. She has effectively created a bridge between the sacred tradition and bold innovation of the musical genre. She is an anointed powerhouse vocalist known for her flawless riffs, vocal runs and a seemingly never-ending range that extends far beyond the average soprano into the heavenly realm. She is none other than the incomparable Karen Clark Sheard. As the youngest member of the legendary Detroit-bred Clark Sisters and daughter of Gospel pioneer, the late Dr. Mattie Moss Clark, Karen is one-fourth of the most popular and defining female Gospel music group of the past three decades. Singing since age four, Marvin Sapp has shared the stage with many gospel notables and his gift is celebrated across musical genres. While he has enjoyed a decorated music ministry receiving Stellar Awards, Gospel Music Excellence Award as well as Grammy, Soul Train Music and Dove Award Nominations, he has also been honored in his hometown of Grand Rapids Michigan. Recognized for his professional and philanthropic efforts, Pastor Sapp has received the city’s highest African American honor, a Giants Award , as well as the Frederick Douglas award from the National Association of Negro and Professional Women’s Club.