Remembering Whitney: Harlem Gospel Choir Sings Whitney Houston
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The last date listed for Harlem Gospel Choir: Remembering Whitney was Saturday August 10, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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This four-man musical collective hails from Kentucky, examining issues like human rights and personal strength with alternative rap songs. Nappy Roots have released five studio albums -- spawning hit singles like "Po' Folks," "Awnaw," "Roun' the Globe" and "Good Day" -- as well as 10 mixtapes, selling more than 3 million records over the course of their 15-plus years making music together. Amidst their nearly nonstop touring and recording, the members of Nappy Roots remain as committed to the music as ever. Don't miss your chance to catch them live onstage at The Howard Theatre, with opening sets from Hannah J and LX. Learn More
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Absolutely awesome! The dinner theater set up was wonderful and the food was great! We had great seats close to the stage and were blown away by the outstanding performance by the artists! Highly recommend this event and venue to anyone!
The world-famous Harlem Gospel Choir is the most renowned gospel choir in America and a preeminent gospel choir worldwide. It travels the globe, sharing the joy of faith through its music and raising funds for children’s charities. The Choir was founded in 1986 by Allen Bailey, who got the idea for the Choir while attending a celebration in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Cotton Club in Harlem. The Choir presents the finest singers and musicians from Harlem’s black churches and the New York/Tri-State area.
The Harlem Gospel Choir has shared its message of love and inspiration with thousands of people from various nations and cultures. The Choir strives to make the world a more loving and peaceful place, and through its music and dynamic performances to create a better understanding of the African-American culture and the inspirational music called gospel as it relates to the black church. The theme of every performance is “bringing people and nations together and giving something back.”
With every performance, the Choir shares the renaissance of Harlem’s culture with the audience.