VSCelebrating the history and impact of Gospel music, TV One and the National Endowment of the Humanities present the “Soul of the Nation” Gospel Concert airing Sunday nights at 7 p.m. EST. Hosted by Grammy-nominated Juan Winans, the celebration will feature performances by Tamela Mann, Madelyn Howze, JJ Hairston and The Morehouse Glee Club.
The concert will also feature remarks from First Lady Jill Biden. Experts providing feedback Include Jesse P. Karlsberg, Ph.D. Senior Digital Scholarship Strategist, Emory Center for Digital Scholarship and Southern spiritual music expert, Reverend James Abbington, representing the sonic spirit initiative, based at Emory University, digitizing collections of historic American sacred songs.
The founder and senior pastor of Dream Center Church of Atlanta, Bishop William Murphy, III, will close the event. The Dream Center is a leading ministry leading the way nationwide in worship and community evangelism.
As a partner, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) supports public programs, research, and preservation in the fields of literature, history, and religion. Founded in 1965, the National Endowment for the Humanities
Over the years, the presidents of both major parties have held official celebrations during Black History Month, providing a space for black leaders, thinkers, celebrities and the community to come together for brotherhood and solidarity. music. Gospel music has a way of comforting the soul and bringing clarity to even the darkest of times. This is an event you won’t want to miss.
“We are honored that the White House and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden have chosen TV One to be part of this monumental celebration of Black History Month,” said Michelle Rice, President of TV One Networks.
Watch tonight at 7 p.m. EST on TV One’s digital platform (www.tvone.tv) or YouTube.
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