Former New Nation gospel columnist, Tony Tomlin, can be heard spinning the latest gospel and inspirational tunes on www.mi-soul.com, a radio station launched by Gordon Mac, the founder of Kiss FM. The show, entitled The Soul Feeder Show, is broadcast every Sunday between 7am and 10am, and features music by mainstream and underground artists, as well as gospel music by leading artists. Tony hopes his show will help put a smile on people’s faces, and infuse them with a bit of hope to face these tough times.
Last year, premier British gospel choir, the London Community Gospel Choir, held a special concert celebrating their 30th Anniversary at the Royal Festival Hall. They also broke the Guinness Book of Records for forming the largest choir. That memorable concert was recorded and their recently-released commemorative 30 Choir Festival (available as CD and DVD) is the result. Aside from hearing renditions of the Choir’s most well-known songs, 30 Choir Festival also includes performances from Jahméne Douglas. Visit www.lcgc.org.uk for more details.
Fred Hammond fans will be pleased to hear that the originator of urban praise will be in the UK to minister at Bethel Convention Centre, West Bromwich on May 23. He’ll be joined by a wealth of support artists, including Roger Samuels, Divine Divine, Four Kornerz, David Copeland, Victizzle and Jason Nelson from the US. Tickets are £20 (plus booking fee) if bought before April 21, and £25 thereafter. Visit www.iLoveGospelevents.com for more details.