Israel Houghton – along with Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp and Donnie McClurkin – is featured in “The King’s Men,” a monthlong cross-country tour that kicks off next Sunday in Phoenix and stops Sept. 22 at the Sleep Train Pavilion in Concord. The tour is being produced by Live Nation Entertainment, the world’s largest concert-promoting company, and is the first major venture into gospel music for the Beverly Hills firm, best known for its rock concerts.
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*Kirk Franklin has set trends, broken records, and reached millions through his music. Now he’s on the way to release his twelfth album, “Hello Fear” on March 22.
The project includes vocals from Isaac Carree, Anaysha Figueroa, Nikki Ross, and many more.
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With a knack for uplifting people through music, Kirk Franklin gives fans encouragement to press on during trying times with his latest album, Hello Fear. But instead of looking into the unknown with trepidation, Franklin (a Dove and GRAMMY Award-winner) greets difficult circumstances with a buoyant proclamation of faith. The best example? A song called “I Smile” that’s counter-intuitively dedicated to “recession, depression, and unemployment.”
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