Queens of Gospel next year
THE QUEENS OF GOSPEL event features a jaw-dropping cast – Grammy winners CeCe Winans, Yolanda Adams, Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child and Erica Campbell of Mary Mary who have (combined) won 19 Grammy Awards and have sold over 100 million records Worldwide.
They bring a level of star power to the Garfield Sobers Gymnasium over two days (February 21-22).
Queens of Gospel is rooted in other heart-felt foundations embedded in the accomplished producer’s roots which underscores why he felt he had to do this event, and do it big.
“I started my career in music in church. I moved between the Adventist, Anglican, Evangelical, Wesleyan and many others trying to understand the Word, and fully examine the differences between each church I visited.
“I always wanted to produce a major gospel event, but I had to wait until the time was right, because if I do something to worship and praise God, it has to be bigger, grander, more major than any event I have ever done before, because He (God) is worthy,” the event’s producer, Ronnie Morris said.
“Our aim is for the saved to join hands with each and every man and woman who comes to this event to be uplifted and to be blessed.”
The Barbadian supporting cast for Queens of Gospel is also awe-inspiring. Former Teen Talent winner Laurianne will perform Believe.
Gospel legend Sister Marshall, award-winning songstress Toni Norville, Barbados Music Awards nominee Neesha Woodz and the event’s hostess Paula Hinds (who will share hostess duties with Norville and Woodz) make for a Who’s Who of Barbadian gospel. (PR)