The show is syndicated by Westwood One and Gary Bernstein’s“I'm thankful that this show can reach multitudes across the country and around the world, providing great music and information that inspires listeners to this degree. The Evening with Donnie Mc Clurkin includes a powerful night of the spoken word, praise and worship and new songs from the gospel singer’s upcoming CD on RCA Records, later this year.We're reaching millions and looking to reach millions more! Mc Clurkin began a multi-city visit to several churches throughout the country to celebrate his radio anniversary as a special thank you to all his supporters who have faithfully tuned in over the years. How Lucius's Second Album Drove Them to Go Above, Beyond, and Nearly Insane Go on, call me the one who's gone insane/Oh, I will be the one who's gone insane Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe have just finished screaming into each other's faces.To be a #1 show on an Urban station is close to impossible.To be a #1 inspirational show is virtually unheard of in the radio industry so TDMS defied all odds.
Last year, Mc Clurkin spoke about believing in God for love."Sitting in Johannesburg feeling a lil lonely and homesick ...
In the studio, they stand face to face while singing into the same one, eyebrows arching and lips curling in unison as they work their way through a verse.
Onstage, that mirror image extends to include their respective stations — mics, keyboards, drums — situated a few feet apart.
The first program was at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia, PA where the Sr. It's a rainy Tuesday night at the Gramercy Hotel's Rose Bar, and the singers are catching their breath before a wide-eyed crowd that witnessed the pair howling over the din of the band behind them.
Wolfe and Laessig — who together provide the singular voice of indie-pop quintet Lucius — are used to sharing a microphone.