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If you are a fan of Mississippi Mass Choir, then you definitely know everybody's favorite singer, Mosie "Mama" Burks.  Burks has electrified audiences across the country with her stirring performances of This Morning When I Rose and I'm Not Tired Yet.  After seventy years of

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Joey Woolfolk's guitar has been a fixture on the records of countless artists both in and out of gospel over the past 20 years.  On Saturday, December 1st, Joey Woolfolk and Friends will gather at the New Faith Church in Matteson, a Chicago suburb for

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In 1988, Frank Williams, member of the Jackson Southernaires and executive for Malaco Records set out to form a choir using Mississippi singers and musicians.  The auditions resulted in over 100 singers coming from across the state and after hours of intensive rehearsals, The Mississippi Mass Choir recorded their first album and video on October 29, 1988.  The project hit #1 on the Billboard charts within 5 weeks of its release  in 1989 and rode the charts for 45 weeks, garnering the choir top honors at GMWA and the Stellar Awards as well as Soul Train and Dove Award nominations. 

Dr. Judith Christie McAllister and the International Music Department of the Church of God In Christ honored Elbernita "Twinkie" Clark as a living legend during the 105th International Holy Convocation held in St. Louis, Missouri.  Also during the tribute, an honorary doctorate of sacred music

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