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Karen Clark Sheard & Earnest Pugh Hosting and Performing at the

9th Annual National Gospel Dance Showcase “DANCE SAINTS, DANCE”


Four Time Grammy award Winning Gospel Singer, KAREN CLARK-SHEARD, of The Clark Sisters and Gospel’s New Leading Man, EARNEST PUGH will share the stage to host the 9th Annual National Gospel Dance Showcase “Dance Saints, Dance! 2011”  On Saturday, December 3, 2011 at 7:00pm. The showcase will be held at The Holy Ghost Headquarters, located at 858 N. Broad Street (Broad and Poplar) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Not only will Sheard and Pugh host the event, but they’re both performing a few of their fan-favorite smash hits. Also special performance from  national syndicated radio Host and Recording Artist LONNIE HUNTER featuring Structure.

KHALIF M. TOWNES, President/CEO of Urban Roundup Group, LLC and Executive Producer of Dance Saints, Dance! Is set to raise the bar in the Gospel Industry again by combining Gospel music with dance artistry. Dance Saints, Dance! will be an evening of high-spirited, foot-stomping, and inspirational praise. The event will showcase talents of dance ministries throughout the country. As a trained dance performer and enthusiast for gospel music, Mr. Townes envisioned a platform to fused both gospel music and liturgical dance by showcasing the talents and creativity of individuals and group performers under one roof.

“Within the sacred walls of many faith-based churches across denominational lines and throughout the world, on any given Sunday morning or week day service, one may find congregants lifting their voice in song and dancing. Giving praise to God for who He is and all that He has done in their lives,” says Townes. “This form of expression to show thankfulness, appreciation, love, and gratitude to our Creator is nothing new. Even in biblical times, people such as King David and others danced before the Lord because of His goodness and the loving, kindness that He continues to bestow upon mankind. And so, even now in this 21st century, we celebrate God’s faithfulness and love by assembling together and showcasing the talents he has given us.”


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