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9/08/2005

GOSPEL MUSIC CHANNEL HOSTS TELEVISED BENEFIT CONCERT

Adapted from a Gospel Music Channel e-mail to artists and labels. I will not be in attendance due to a previously contracted obligation.

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GOSPEL MUSIC INDUSTRY RESPONDS TO DEVELOPING KATRINA CRISIS WITH BENEFIT CONCERT OF HOPE
 
SUMMARY:
On SEPT. 22 the Gospel Music Channel™ and Gospel Music Association Present “Gospel Angels”— a Live Concert Nationally Televised on Gospel Music Channel and Paxson Communications’ i Network

WHAT:
Gospel Angels is the gospel music industry’s outreach to the tens of thousands of people torn from their homes by Hurricane Katrina. The Gospel Music Channel is partnering with the Gospel Music Association, Paxson Communications Corporation’s i (formerly PAX TV), and veteran promoter Peter Conlon to launch this live nationally televised concert featuring Gospel/Christian music’s brightest stars.

“America is facing an unprecedented crisis of people torn from their homes and left with nothing but the clothes on their backs. It’s critical that we step up to meet this next phase of the crisis in their lives, providing tangible assistance as well as hope, which gospel music communicates like no other music,” said Charley Humbard, co-founder of the Gospel Music Channel which is producing Gospel Angels.

Gospel Angels will be staged at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park with additional live performances originating from massive victim shelters across the country. The concert will be broadcast nationally on the Gospel Music Channel and i. Check local listings or visit www.GospelMusicChannel.com.

100% of funds raised through ticket sales and donations from concert goers and viewers of the national broadcast will go to organizations meeting the basic living needs of tens of thousands of hurricane victims, including World Vision and Feed the Children.  

Gospel music has always been about love, hope, and inspiration. Today, people from the Gulf Coast region are in desperate need of those three things, as well as basic living necessities like food, clothing, and housing.  Gospel Angels will help meet those needs.

For more information on Gospel Angels, please visit www.GospelMusicChannel.com.
 
WHEN WILL IT AIR:
Thursday, Sept. 22
Gospel Music Channel 7:00pm – 10:00pm EDT
i (formerly PAX TV) 8:00pm – 10:00pm EDT

MMORE ABOUT THE GOSPEL MUSIC CHANNEL:
The Gospel Music Channel is the first and only 24-hour all-music television network devoted to the best of Gospel/Christian music.  From the soulful sounds of Aretha Franklin to the country roots of Randy Travis, to the contemporary stylings of Kirk Franklin, Amy Grant, and Jars of Clay, the Gospel Music Channel celebrates a musical genre that crosses cultures and generations and delivers a fan base so large it deserves its own network.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

praise god!! im so happy we're all finally coming together. it's just sad that it has to take a tragidy to do it.

9/13/2005  

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