Malaco Music Group opened up its vast vaults to present a Gospel music treasure, The Gospel According To Malaco. The offering comes in a form of a coffee table bookalong with 8 discs that covers a lot of Gospel music history and the favorite and
Malaco Music Group has amassed the the largest Black Gospel catalog in the world. Their new collection The Gospel According to Malaco: Celebrating 75 Years of Gospel Music (out February 28, 2019) is an unparalleled book and eight CD set which tells the story of
GOSPELflava joins others mourning the passing of Mrs. Amanda "MOM" Williams, mother of Doug and Melvin Williams of The Williams Brothers, Huey Williams of The Jackson Southernaires, Minister Leonard Williams, and the late Frank Williams of The Mississippi Mass Choir, passed away on Saturday, August
The Mississippi Mass Choir has set September 20th for their 10th live recording in celebration of Gospel Music Heritage Month as well as their 25th anniversary. All roads will lead to the Thalia Mara Hall in Jackson, Mississippi for this highly anticipated event with Stan
As Mississippi Mass Choir prepares to celebrate 25 years of great music, GOSPELflava pauses to remember the legacy of its beloved founder, the inimitable Frank Williams. A gentle giant, Williams made a name for himself as a lead singer in the famed Jackson Southernaires. The
Rehearsals are underway for a celebration of gigantic proportions as America's Choir, the Mississippi Mass Choir prepares to celebrate their 25th Anniversary with a live recording. This marks the 10th album from the singing aggregation formed by the late Frank Williams in 1988. In
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.