Gospel star Kurt Carr set in the front row of a packed house gathered to celebrate the 49th Annual Gospel Music Workshop of America, that was hosted this year in Birmingham, AL.
What started out as a concert quickly turned into a special tribute that spurred a rush of emotions that exuded from Kurt Carr.
The conference founded by the late James Cleveland, (whom Carr served under for 7 years) took the opportunity to honor a man that means so much to the Gospel community and to Carr especially.
In a choreographed presentation, peers of the late great Andraé Crouch took to the stage to honor his memory by performing some of his greatest hits.
Carr listened as different lead singers passed the mic to one another, ushering the 5,000 in attendance to sing the Sunday morning worship classics with them. As Crouch’s hits “The Blood Will Never Loose Its Power,” “Soon and Very Soon,” and “Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus,” blasted through the sound system, it sunk home how special Crouch really was.
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SOURCE: Path MEGAzine – Kris Patrick