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Featuring Donnie McClurkin and Marvin Sapp | Saturday, September 28th | LJVM Coliseum

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WQMG presents Inspiration and Praise, Saturday, September 28th at the LJVM Coliseum in Winston-Salem.

We are excited to bring you two of the biggest artists in Gospel music! It's another amazing and powerful evening of worship featuring Pastor Donnie McClurkin and Bishop Marvin Sapp!

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About the artists:

Pastor Donnie McClurkin
The three-time Grammy winner, Donnie McClurkin, known worldwide for his powerful and rich vocal delivery has proven that he is far more than a gospel singer. He is one of the top selling Gospel music artists, selling over 10 million albums worldwide. Variety dubbed McClurkin as a ‘Reigning King of Urban Gospel’. The man behind the multi-platinum and gold-selling CD(s) is an amazing songwriter that has penned chart-topping tunes like, “Stand” and “We Fall Down,” and has also worn the hat of producer on his projects. His knack for nailing songs that others can identify with has helped McClurkin to carve out a spot in the hearts of millions. Besides being one of the best-selling Gospel recording artists in the history of the genre, for ten years he has hosted The Donnie McClurkin Show, which draws over 5 million listeners in 70 plus markets including the international reach in London, Jamaica ,The Bahamas and Nigeria. The award-winning radio program is arguably one of the most successful syndicated properties in the history of Gospel and Urban radio.

Bishop Marvin Sapp
Bishop Marvin L. Sapp is a passionate orator and biblical teacher, who desires to be a living epistle glorifying our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ both in word and in deed who serves as the senior pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church as well as Bishop over Global United Fellowship North Central Providence. Many say his voice is instantly recognizable with a characteristically raspy ringing with power and authority as he masterfully illustrates with excellence the Word of God. Not only is his delivery exemplary, but his knowledge of the historical text brings to life the message of hope and healing. “Not a singer that happens to preach, but a Preacher called by God who is gifted to sing”. Singing since age four he has shared the stage with many gospel notables and his gift is celebrated across musical genres. He began singing with the gospel group Commissioned in 1990. In 1996, God led him to go solo. He released his first CD “Marvin Sapp”, then Grace and Mercy”, then his CDs were as follows: “Nothing Else Matters”, “I Believe”, “Diary Of A Psalmist”, “Be Exalted”, “Thirsty”, “Here I Am”, “I Win” and in 2013 he released his Christmas Card CD that featured his three children. The backdrop for the CD “I Win” came from him mitigating the pain of the loss of his wife through conversations with God. The title “Here I Am” for gospel star Marvin Sapp is more than a little ironic when one considers that, “Never Would Have Made It” from his 2007 release “Thirsty” has been among the most ubiquitous gospel and R&B songs. According to Billboard, Marvin Sapp’s single “Best in Me” matched the 2008 peak of his seminal “Never Would Have Made It.” The mega-selling “Never Would Have Made It” held the #1 slot on Gospel and R&B radio for over a full year; topped the Urban AC chart (the first to do so since Yolanda Adams’ “Open My Heart”) and has the top selling ringtone and ring back (2 million sales), and propelled “Thirsty” to the top of the gospel charts for 28 weeks.