Grammy and NAACP Image award nominee CeCe Winans was a part of a stellar group of artists who graced the stage of the historical Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. The Clark sisters collaborated with Winans on the fan favorite single, ” Hey Devil” that’s featured on the award-winning album, Let Them Fall in Love.
Mervyn Warren, former member of the acappella sensations Take 6, turned producer, gathered an amazing group of voices together to bring the classical Handel’s Messaiah: A Soulful Celebration to life for the first time. A virtual Who’s Who of contemporary African-American music interpreted Handel’s 250-year-old oratorio. The recording was originally produced by Warren and Quincy Jones in 1992 on Reprise Records with a host of chart topping r&b, jazz and gospel artists. The National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Grammy® and Dove award–winning gospel album with a special one-night-only performance of Handel’s Messiah: A Soulful Celebration.
In addition to Winans and the Clark Sisters, The Kennedy Center performance featured some of the biggest and most respected names in gospel music industry like: Bebe Winans, Take 6, Deitrick Haddon, Billy Porter, Kelly Price, Shelea Frazier, Janice Chandler-Eteme, Nnenna Freelon and the Steven Ford Singers.