Posts Tagged ‘Maurette Brown Clark’

Maurette Brown Clark Becomes A Radio Angel

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

Maurette+Brown+Clark+03Gospel’s sweetheart Maurette Brown Clark adds radio host to her many hats with the debut of “The Sound of Praise with Maurette Brown Clark” on Monday.  The Stellar Award winner known for It Ain’t Over (Until God Says Its Over) , I Hear the Sound of Victory, Breaking of Day and her most recent radio single King Oh King will host the midday show in her hometown of Baltimore as well as Philadelphia.  Clark will alternate hosting duties between cities.


First Grammy Nomination for Anthony Brown & group therAPy

Monday, December 7th, 2015

AnthonyBrownTyscot Records recording artists Anthony Brown and group therAPy awoke to the news of their being nominated for the prestigious Grammy Award.  Worth, the radio single from their sophomore CD Everyday Jesus was nominated in the Best Gospel Performance/Song category.  The song is enjoying the ride atop the Gospel Radio charts as it sits at #1 for the 13th week. (more…)

ANTHONY BROWN & group therAPy Ride The Charts With Worth

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Worth, the lead single from Anthony Brown & group therAPy continues its ride at the top of the Billboard Gospel Airplay Chart.  Brown and CoBrown Everyday Jesusmpany makes gains adding new fans with appearances on the BET Sunday Best singing competition, at TD Jakes’ Megafest and a live performance on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show.

Be sure to catch Anthony Brown 7 group therAPy on the final season of Bobby Jones Gospel on Sunday, November 22nd.

Chicago Gospel Music Awards Honor Mavis Staples, Rev. Maceo Woods and Apostle Richard D Henton

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

The second annuStaples 2al Chicago Gospel Music Awards will present lifetime achievement awards to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Mavis Staples, Gospel luminaries Rev. Maceo Woods and Apostle Richard D. Henton in addition to honoring Chicago Gospel singers, songwriters and musicians in eleven categories on Friday, June 19th.

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Performances will come from Bishop Larry Trotter and the Sweet Holy Spirit Combined Choirs, Stellar Award winner Tiff Joy, Paul Porter, Chicago Mass Choir and a special performance by the Thompson Community Singers Reunion Choir with special presentations from BET host Dr. Bobby Jones, Bebe Winans and Maurette Brown Clark.

Maurette Brown Clark Joins SRT Entertainment Family

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

Maurette+Brown+Clark+03D.A. Johnson’s SRT Entertainment roster continues to grow with the recent announcement of the signing of Stellar Award winner Maurette Brown Clark.

Clark had this to say on the new musical venture: “I am very excited and optimistic about this next move in my musical journey. To be working with D.A. Johnson again is a joy and I look forward to what God has for SRT Entertainment and my ministry. #forward“

PJ Morgan Gets Nod From Hammond USA

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

PJ Morgan, one ofPJ Morgan the most respected and in-demand Hammond B3 superstars in gospel music celebrated his birthday on March 31st with news of a product endorsement from Hammond USA.  Morgan will assist the company in introducing their products to musicians and churches across the country.  “This is an honor for me,” says Morgan. “I just love making music and to now be affiliated with Hammond USA is beyond my wildest dreams.”

In addition to his work as producer for Maurette Brown Clark and recording sessions with Tramaine Hawkins and Pastor Shirley Caesar, he’s well known for his twenty year stint as a musician with Black Entertainment Television (BET) where he’s also played in The Ray Chew Orchestra during the cable network’s annual “BET Honors” broadcast since its inception in 2008.   Morgan also serves as director of music at  Reid Temple A.M.E. church in Glenn Dale, MD. Plans are in motion for the release of a Gospel Jazz CD to be completed before the end of 2014.


Listening Room – Maurette Brown Clark Awesome God

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Today, we direct our attention to Awesome God, a track from Maurette Brown Clark’s latest project, The Sound of Victory (more…)

Merry Christmas!! Read About What Some of Our Favorite Gospel Artist Cherish About Christmas!

Sunday, December 25th, 2011

We asked these artists about some of their fondest Christmas memories, some of their Christmas traditions, and who they listen to during the Christmas season. See what they had to say-


“There was a very special moment for me one particular  year in Georgia when I really felt the magic and the wrath of the holidays! I was very young and it was the year that my sisters and I were determined to make sure that we saw the gifts under the tree before we went to sleep. We took shifts for the look out! Lol! We had a little system and every hour one of us would walk down the hallway and check the tree! All of us had the same report, NOTHING!! It was so late, but we weren’t going to waiver. I dont know how or when we went to sleep, but mom and dad woke us up that morning.  We fell asleep on top of each other trying to hold out and were kind of in a pile. When we went downstairs there was an abundance of gifts! Everything was under that tree. I think I might’ve even seen Jesus under there Lol. That’s the year I received a bike called the “Air Assault”. I thought I was the man, you couldn’t tell me anything! I had no need to open anything else. I ran to the room and threw on some old wrinkled khakis, a sweater,  and my shoes were on the wrong feet. Momma was telling me to slow down but everything she was saying seemed like it was in slow motion. I had to ride this bike!We were in an apartment at the time and we lived up some stairs. I was scuffing those little walls up coming down the stairs. But I was ready! I finally got the bike on the street (after some needed assistance from Daddy) and I was off.  All the other kids were out with their stuff by then and I was ready to flex. The sunlight was gleaming off those silver rails, so clean. I was somebody and none of them could deny it.  I hit the hill and it was a really steep hill that we nicknamed “The Devils Backbone”.  I hit the hill flying!! The bike was so fast, it was amazing. Some of the other kids began to be in awe at how fast the bike was. I was proud, so I had to look back just to see their faces. I took my eyes off the road to look  at them and a truck was reversing out of it’s parking space. I did not see it in time and I hit the truck while going full speed. My front tire was wedged under the back of the truck, but my bike was still standing upright. When I came to there was an audience. The driver was terrified, and the crowd didn’t know what was about to happen. I hurt myself badly that day, it was embarrassing and a nightmare, but one of the best holiday moments EVER! These days on Christmas we have “The Wiz” on repeat the entire time. That’s our Holiday music. Peace and prosperity to you all!”


“My dearest holiday memory was last Christmas because it was my newest baby’s first Christmas.  We have has become even closer since she was born, and it made the holiday so special. My wife loves Christmas music. So “This Christmas”, “Merry Christmas To You”, “Handel’s Messiah”, are some of the songs/projects that play in my house during Christmas.”


“There’s an array of foods that are eaten with my family during the holiday season. Without a doubt my family’s signature white gravy, turkey, and for dessert peach cobbler. The Christmas playlist in my home consists of the legends like: Donnie Hathaway and the Jackson Five.”


“I love celebrating the holidays with my family. Some of the best memories are the ones I am forming with my husband and children.  Our tradition is that we set up the tree and all the presents in our music room.  The night before there is just a tree.  We stay up all night wrapping gifts and on Christmas morning there are presents everywhere. They are big and small, and every child has their own wrapping paper theme.  Just to see their excitement coming down the stairs and running into the room to look for their “gift display” every year is the best!  It keeps me grateful that God provides for us. Call me an old softy, but I love the classics.  It isn’t Christmas until I have heard Nat King Cole singing “The Christmas Song”.”


I enjoy listening to old classics like Url Ides and Nat King Cole during the Christmas season. I also listen to Kirk Franklin’s Christmas album, Israel Houghton’s, and my Christmas project.”

Praise 102.5 Presents, “Praise In The Park”

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

Radio One’s, Praise 102.5 Presents its annual summer concert, “Praise In the Park” Saturday August 7, 2010 from 12-8 p.m. Get ready for performances by some of today’s loved Gospel artist such as Smokie Norful,  Wess Morgan, Lisa Page Brooks,  Brian Courtney Wilson, Darlene McCoy, Canton Jones, VaShawn Mitchell, James Fortune, Maurette Brown Clark,  J Moss and more!  The event will be held at the Clayton County International Park in Jonesboro, GA

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