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Gospel Praise Duets: Many Voices, One Message

Various Artists

Gospel Praise Duets: Many Voices, One Message

Price: € 17.95
Format: CD
Label: Rendezvous
UPC: 0881284515127
Catnr: REN 5151
Release date: 30 May 2014
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Label
Rendezvous
UPC
0881284515127
Catalogue number
REN 5151
Release date
30 May 2014
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About the album

Gospel Praise Duets: Many Voices, One Message is the ultimate collection of collaborations featuring an array of today’s most inspiring Gospel recording artists and groups. The pairings are beautifully matched vocally and create soaring, inspirational moments of harmonic entwining on each song.
The singing duos trade off taking verses and choruses, ushering in some of the finest vocal collaborations you may have ever heard. Gospel Praise Duets: Many Voices, One Message blends amazingly diverse talents into a treasure of highly entertaining rare and popular collaborations. A must-have for every Gospel music aficionado and fan!

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Kirk Whalum

Kirk Whalum is the recipient of numerous awards and acknowledgments for his musical excellence including three Dove Award nominations, an NAACP Image Award nomination and has won two Stellar Awards-Gospel music's highest honor. A twelve-time Grammy® Award nominee, Kirk won his first Grammy® Award (2011) for Best Gospel Song ('It's What I Do' – featuring Lalah Hathaway) alongside life-long friend and gifted songwriter, Jerry Peters. Kirk has also been honored with a Brass Note on the Memphis Walk of Fame and a Star on the Nashville Walk of Fame.
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Kirk Whalum is the recipient of numerous awards and acknowledgments for his musical excellence including three Dove Award nominations, an NAACP Image Award nomination and has won two Stellar Awards-Gospel music's highest honor. A twelve-time Grammy® Award nominee, Kirk won his first Grammy® Award (2011) for Best Gospel Song ("It's What I Do" – featuring Lalah Hathaway) alongside life-long friend and gifted songwriter, Jerry Peters. Kirk has also been honored with a Brass Note on the Memphis Walk of Fame and a Star on the Nashville Walk of Fame.

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Jonathan Butler

When Butler speaks of going through a fire, it’s not a metaphor. A candle caused a fire in his California home and Butler suffered second-degree burns rescuing his seven-year-old granddaughter from the blaze. “I wrote ‘Be Encouraged’ the morning of the fire,” Butler shares. “It was five in the morning and I couldn’t sleep. God gave me those words to ‘Be Encouraged.’ God is on the throne. At seven o’clock that night my house was on fire and all I remember is being in an ambulance with burn marks and thinking about the words that God gave me early that morning.” A native of Cape Town, South Africa and the youngest in a family of 12 children, Butler began singing and...
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When Butler speaks of going through a fire, it’s not a metaphor. A candle caused a fire in his California home and Butler suffered second-degree burns rescuing his seven-year-old granddaughter from the blaze. “I wrote ‘Be Encouraged’ the morning of the fire,” Butler shares. “It was five in the morning and I couldn’t sleep. God gave me those words to ‘Be Encouraged.’ God is on the throne. At seven o’clock that night my house was on fire and all I remember is being in an ambulance with burn marks and thinking about the words that God gave me early that morning.” A native of Cape Town, South Africa and the youngest in a family of 12 children, Butler began singing and playing guitar at age seven. Well respected in the jazz and R&B fields, as well as the gospel arena with his iconic Grammy®-nominated hit “Falling In Love With Jesus,” Butler is one of the few artists who successfully and seamlessly blends the genres into his career and live shows. Butler signed his first record deal as a teen and became the first black artist played on white South African radio stations, winning a Sarie Award, the South African equivalent of a Grammy, for the hit single, “Please Stay.” Butler lived in England for 17 years, and today makes his home in California, yet his artistry continues to pay homage to his African roots.

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