Posts Tagged ‘Rubenstein McClure’

New Music From Pastor David Wright And NY Fellowship Mass Choir Next Generation

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of Reverend Timothy Wright’s landmark recording with the New York Fellowship Choir that produced the hit Come Thou Almighty King, Pastor David Wright called together a revival and reunion of this august choral aggregation with the end result being the NY FellowDavid Wrightship Mass Choir NextGeneration.

This highly anticipated project includes appearances from gospel heavyweights including Chrystal Rucker, Bishop Bruce Parham, Monique Walker-Davenport, Professor Craig Hayes, Doobie Powell, Shawn Bigby, Timoney Figeroa-Caton and Rubenstein McClure. The first single, Trust Him (He’s Able) hits radio mid November.

Tuesday Throwback: Please Touch Somebody – Rev. Clay Evans and the Fellowship Baptist Church Choir of Chicago

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

 

 

It should be duly noted that this author is a firm believer that nothing beats an original.  Let the record reflect there are some exceptions.  Rubenstein McClure and The J.C. White singers introduced us to Lord Touch Somebody via their 1977 release Reflections of Divine Love in 1976.  THEN THERE WAS REVEREND CLAY EVANS AND THE FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH CHOIR of CHICAGO.   In a few words, it was joy to partake in their musical expression via their weekly What a Fellowship Hour telecast and broadcast. With Karen Hull on lead, Royal Mickey Warren on the organ, Reginald McCracken directing and the majestic glory of the 200 voice choir this was the essence of Sunday night church service; the results of which can be heard in this recording.