The gospel music industry is rallying to support the earthquake victims in Haiti as artists like Michael W. Smith, Nicole C. Mullen, Plumb, Tommy Sims, Breith, Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Natalie Grant, Anthony Evans, Jr., Mary Mary Jaci Velasquez, JoDee Messina, Legacy Five, TobyMac, Wynonna, and more are recording songs or planning concerts for Haiti. I will continue adding events, songs and other benefits to Haiti, so keep checking back for updates.
Three days after the devastating earthquake hit Haiti, Michael W. Smith had a melody and lyrics running through his head. Today he recorded a song for Haiti with over 40 friends from the gospel music community, including Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Steven Curtis Chapman, Brandon Heath, Natalie Grant, Katinas and Wynonna Judd. Details at:
Michael W. Smith, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Wynonna Judd, other artists record benefit song for Haiti
Not only is Grammy Award winner and 2010 Grammy nominee TobyMac busy making plans for his spring tour with Skillet on the ‘Awake Tonight’ tour, but iTunes has teamed up with him on a special weekly song promotion, and this week’s song benefits Haiti. Details at:
TobyMac donates ‘Get Back Up’ song proceeds to Haiti
The People’s Church in Franklin, TN is the site of yet another exciting benefit concert for Haiti, the Haiti Relief Benefit Concert hosted by Brent Gambrell Ministries on Thursday January 28 at 7 p.m. with Jaci Velasquez, JoDee Messina, Legacy Five and more. Details at: Haiti Relief Benefit Concert with Jaci Velasquez, JoDee Messina, Legacy Five in Franklin January 28.
Michael W. Smith, Nicole C. Mullen, Plumb, Tommy Sims, B. Reith, Cindy Morgan and Bernard Harris will perform at a benefit concert to raise money for Haiti disaster relief on Friday night at The Factory at Franklin. More Christian artists are being added to the event which begins at 7 p.m. and is hosted by Strong Tower Bible Church. Details at:Concert for Haiti Friday with Michael W. Smith, Nicole C. Mullen, Plumb, Tommy Sims, Breith, more
Another group of gospel artists organized by Kirk Franklin, including Marvin Sapp, Natalie Grant, Anthony Evans, Jr. and Mary Mary, gathered in Nashville to record a benefit song for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti. Details at:Gospel artists Kirk Franklin, Natalie Grant, Mary Mary, Marvin Sapp recording benefit song for Haiti
There is also a list of Christian Relief Agencies working to assist earthquake victims atChristian Relief Agencies & Donations Pour into Haiti
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