According to The BelleReport.com
Rhythms of Gospel Awards Organizers Finalize Plans with Less Than
25 More Days Until Showtime
With less than 25 more days the Rhythm Of Gospel Awards continues to gain momentum throughout the entire US.
Heavily sponsored by Verizon “How Sweet The Sound”, Tyson Foods, and The National & Independent Gospel Music Association, this event is slated to be bring in major revenue, with a newly signed 3 year contract with the city of Memphis.
As weeks unfold, organizers of this event will be making numerous charitable donations to both local and national non-profitable organizations, by reaching out and collaborating with area homeless shelters and The National Civil Rights establishment
CEO/Executive Director, Mark Rogers states that “This year has been the best year for the Rhythm Of Gospel Awards Establishment, and the move to Memphis TN, not only helped the city recoup some of the financial loss, through COGIC departure, but helped in all areas of advertising and marketing the Music City for many tourist, visitors, and Tennessee southerners community sectors.” “I am also proud to say that the Rhythm Of Gospel Awards is now the “Official Award Show” for Indie Artist across the entire US, Canada, and Bahamas” giving independent gospel artist both a national platform, and a positive collaboration which supports artist of all ethnicities in various genres of gospel music.
The Rhythm Of Gospel Award Show will spotlight 37 categories of recognition through various Churches and Religious Groups, Business/Community Leaders, and Independent Gospel Music Artist throughout the entire United States, giving them the opportunity to network formally while congratulating trailblazers from various sectors of the community and music industry.
Organizers say that The 2010 Rhythm Of Gospel Awards will be a full week-end of excitement, interviews, lectures, banquets, CD releases, community service projects and various artist showcases. This event will also spotlight Memphis very own “O’landa Draper” in a 12 Year Anniversary Mid-Musical Memorial Celebration, on Friday, July 23, 2010 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center at 11:00 p.m. Special Guest Performances by: Zak Williams & 1 Akord of Philadelphia, PA, Darrel Petties & Strength and Praise, Billy Rivers and The Angelic Voices, both from of Memphis, TN, and Chris & Kyle with True Spirit of St. Louis, MO. Many other appearances will be made by various artist, choirs and quartet groups from various demographics. This event will be hosted by Arvetra Jones, and Lemmie Battles
Climaxing that week of extensive events will be the Red Carpet Event hosted by Dorinda Clark-Cole and James Hall. Briefly following that will be the Rhythm Of Gospel Awards, slated for Saturday, July 24, 2010 at the Downtown Canon Center at 6:00 p.m. Special Performances by: Minister Kevin Lemons, Vincent Tharpe/Kenosis, Michael Boykins, The Marable Twins, Nita Morgan, Dexter Walker/Zion Movement, Freedom 2 Worship, Bishop Victor Curry/New Birth, Minister Febe and Chosen, Dr. E. LaQuint Weaver and The Hallelujah Singers, B-U, FBC Klick, Child Of God, and Special Guest Appearances by The Olanda Draper Reunion Choir. Hosted by: Tracey Bethea, DeEtta West, and Mike Chandler.
Doors will open at 5:00 and tickets can be purchased online at www.rhythmofgospel.com or for group and discounted rates by calling 210-745-5858 ext 103.
We are proud to be sponsored by: Verizon “How Sweet The Sound”, NIGMA, Sears, Tyson Foods, Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau, Stage, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Marriott, MyEcon, Shelter Insurance, Farmers Insurance, McDonalds, New Day Distribution, Home Depot, WBBP, Get the 411, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Amro Music Company, Safeway, All-Star Limo Services, National Civil Rights Museum, Yes Lord Radio, You In Music Magazine, The Belle Report, Innovative Records, and New Vision Records.