McDonald’s USA, through its Black & Positively Golden movement, is excited to announce the virtual return of its 14th annual Inspiration Celebration® Gospel Tour. Benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®), the four-part concert series, themed “Gospel City Playlists,” will begin September 27 and run weekly
RCA Inspiration (RCAI) joins forces with the 13th annual McDonald’s Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour and Dr Pepper® this year to spotlight undiscovered talent and empower local communities with celebratory Golden Voice Talent Showcases and in-depth Master Classes in select cities. Local talent
The date is set for April 27th in the Gospel Music Capital of the world, Chicago, Illinois as McDonalds’s Black & Positively Golden kicks off the 13th annual Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour – a free concert series featuring music from artists who are adding depth and
Multi award winning artist Le’Andria releases a new visual for her GRAMMY®-nominated hit song “Better Days,” providing fans a potent reminder of finding comfort and strength in faith. No matter what tough times, or hurt that we all may experience in the world, the Derek
McDonalds Inspiration Celebration Tour marks its eleventh year bringing Gospel music to the cities across the country. This year's tour includes performances by Tye Tribbett, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Jekalyn Carr, Brian Courtney Wilson, Anita Wilson, Paul Porter and returning music director Donald Lawrence.
The 2013 McDonald's Inspiration Celebration Tour set a record raising more than $83,000 supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). This year's tour was hosted by Vickie Winans and featured Smokie Norful and son Ashton, Lecrae and John P. Kee with Tamela Mann in select cities.
Smokie Norful and son Ashton will take their show on the road as part of McDonalds Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour beginning May 9th in Washington, DC. The Norfuls will be joined by Tamela Mann, John P. Kee, 2013 Grammy Award winner Lecrae and host Vickie