Posts Tagged ‘Vickie Winans’

War Room Music

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

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War Room was busy taking over the box office nationally last week.  Continuing its success War Room helped unseat “Straight Outta Compton” as the most popular movie in North America over the long holiday weekend, according to final figures released Tuesday.

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Tim Bowman Jr Makes I’m Good His Summer Declaration

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

When you’re part of a musical family, the expectation of strong music potential can run high, fortunately with the case of Tim Bowman, Jr., we can rest easy. The son of noteTimmy Bowmand guitarist Tim Bowman, the younger introduced the saints to “sanctified scat” with his appearance on his aunt Vickie Winans’ smash hit, How I Got Over.  That was followed by the release of his independent CD in 2010 featuring Beautiful, which made its way into the top ten.  Bowman’s signing with Rodney Jerkins Lifestyle Music Group/Motown Gospel just gets us in gear for great things to happen.

The first radio single I’m Good, written by Jhonte Austin and produced by Jerkins shows a mature and modern sound for Bowman.  The single has been serviced to radio and Bowman will make appearances in support of its release.

The Evolution of Tim Bowman, Jr.

Thursday, June 19th, 2014

Tim BoTim Bowmanwman, Jr. never ceases to amaze.  He introduced the saints to “sanctified scat” with his appearance on his aunt Vickie Winans’ smash hit, How I Got Over.  That was followed by the release of his independent CD in 2010 featuring Beautiful, which made its way into the top ten.  We now have confirmation that the music will keep going with the announcement of Bowman’s label deal with Rodney Jerkins as the first gospel artist signed to Jerkins’ new Evolve Music Group imprint.

The first radio single I’m Good, written by Jhonte Austin and produced by Jerkins shows a mature and modern sound for Bowman.  The single has been serviced to radio and Bowman will make appearances across the country in support of its release.

Weekend Roundup: Winans, Pugh, Moss, Mary Mary and more

Monday, November 26th, 2012

Well it was another nonstop weekend for Gospel Music

The “hardest working woman in show business “ Vickie Winans began Thanksgiving Day in worship at Memphis’  Temple of Deliverance Church of God in Christ,  then appeared in  concert in Columbus, OH on Friday.  Trying to keep up with her was the equally as hard working Earnest Pugh who after making his acting debut on  TV One’s Rickey Smiley Show celebrated his birthday on Friday, passed through Columbus on Saturday and then shared the stage with Beverly Crawford, DeWayne Woods, Leandria Johnson and Tyronn Wilkins in Spartanburg, SC for an Evening of Worship on Sunday at Evangel Temple.

 

Miami native and hip hop superstar Flo Rida was the host for the Big Dreams for Kids Foundation’s  Gospel Explosion on Saturday at Carol City Park.  The free event drew a capacity crowd to see special guests J Moss, Deitrick Haddon and Mary Mary.  James Hall and Worship and Praise returned to Montreal on Saturday  for a concert appearance at the Outrement Theater. Canada holds a special place in Hall’s heart as his Stellar Award nominated Trip Down Memory Lane  was recorded in Toronto and King of Glory was recorded in Montreal in 1995.

Donnie McClurkin joined Bishop Marvin Winans in Johannesburg South Africa for Perfecting Church International’s 2012 Holy Convocation.  Byron Cage joined the ranks of fellow radio angels Donnie McClurkin and Yolanda Adams with the debut of Sunday Joy airing  from noon to 4pm each Sunday on DC’s Praise 104.1 FM, a Radio One station.  Cage was feted with a brunch at the Carlyle Club in Alexandria for the show’s first broadcast and many well wishers were on hand including Tye Tribett.

Dreams Starring Tommy Ford and Vickie Winans Chicago Premiere Nov 16th

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

The red carpet premiere of the movie Dreams takes place in Chicago on November 16th.  The cast of Dreams includes gospel superstar Vickie Winans, Tommy Ford (of Martin), Terri J. Vaughn (Steve Harvey, Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns), Geoffrey Owens (Cosby Show), Lou Myers (A Different World), Syesha Mercado (American Idol 2008) and Lisa Tucker (American Idol 2005 Top 10).

”Dreams” follows the intertwining journeys of four burgeoning entertainers on their road to stardom. They will encounter trials and tribulations that will lead to joy and heartache. Marvin Winans, Jr. serves as an executive producer of the film.

Central City Productions Celebrates 40 Years

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Central City Productions, Inc. (CCP) celebrates 40 years as the leading provider of syndicated African American television programming with a star studded event at Chicago’s DuSable Museum of African American History on Thursday, September 9th

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