A Different Song Donnie McClurkin
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- Michael O'Shields (b. 1948):
- 1I Will Call Upon the Lord06:05
- Chris Tomlin (b. 1972):
- 2Worship Medley09:32
- Donnie McClurkin (b. 1959):
- 3Pour My Praise on You04:29
- 4Every Tribe03:39
- 5There Is No Question07:01
- 6There Is God07:29
- 7Let It Go03:00
- 8His Ways03:00
- 9Not Yet03:49
- 10All to the Glory of God05:07
- Rev. Don Johnson:
- 11I Won't Complain03:00
Info zu A Different Song
Multiple Grammy - Award winner, Donnie McClurkin, is one of the most revered voices in modern Gospel music. His soaring, and seemingly endless, tenor has soothed souls and uplifted spirits for decades, on chart-topping songs such as Stand, We Fall Down, The Prayer, I Need You, and many others McClurkin has achieved success across many genres with his hit songs that have transcended the Gospel format and found their way onto Urban and Christian Contemporary charts and playlists, making his a household name and a highly sought-after presence on some of the worlds most esteemed stages and platforms. Now, McClurkin returns with brand new music and a brand new sound, fit to bless and unify all nations. McClurkin has traveled the world, singing in various countries and in nearly as many languages, proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ far and wide. In his travels, he has noticed cultural divides that segment the body of Christ rather than connect it. This reality has burdened McClurkin and he has long felt compelled to serve as a catalyst to affect change. McClurkin refers to his new music as a God-inspired global sound that defies geographical boundaries, filled with universally applicable lyrics and cadences, intended to foster a world-wide worship movement. He credits the Holy Spirit for depositing this new sound into his spirit, coupled with a commission to serve as a kingdom ambassador to and for all the world. McClurkins new release includes all original songs, including the infectious lead single, There Is God, a bold and beautiful proclamation celebrating the omnipresence of God.
Donnie McClurkin, vocals
Known worldwide as the tall raspy tenor who commands your attention with his powerful and rich sounding vocals, Donnie McClurkin has more than proven that he is far more than a gospel singer. The man behind the platinum and gold selling CD(s) is an amazing songwriter that not only have penned chart topping tunes like, “Stand” and “We Fall Down,” but has also worn the hat of producer on his projects. His knack for nailing songs that others can identify with and serving them up with a compelling vocal delivery has helped McClurkin to carve out a spot in the hearts of millions.
Finding enough space on the mantel and in his trophy case to store all the awards is a different story. Year 2010 started with McClurkin being honored with a BMI Trailblazer’s Award alongside his mentor, Pastor Andrae Crouch, he received his third GRAMMY Award for “Wait On he Lord”, the hit single with Karen Clarke Sheard from his We Are All One: Live From Detroit CD, and was nominated for another NAACP Image Award in the Outstanding Gospel Artist category. In 2007 McClurkin was honored at both the 15th Annual Trumpet Awards and the NARAS Recording Academy – NY Chapter. Nestled beside the honoree trophies are several other Grammy, Dove, BET, Soul Train and NAACP Image Awards, statuettes and plaques.
McClurkin’s talent did not go unnoticed by “the suits” on the other side of the entertainment fence. The studios soon came calling for McClurkin to create tunes for soundtracks such as, “Lady Killer’s” (New Line), “The Prince of Egypt” (DreamWorks) and “The Goofy Movie” (Disney). From the concert stage to the big and small screen, fans have also seen this gospel crooner shine in cameo appearances on UPN’s “The Parkers”, “Girlfriends”, “Meet The Browns” (Tyler Perry Paramount Pictures, “The Fighting Temptations” starring Cuba Gooding, Jr and Beyonce’ Knowles and a myriad of Award Shows. However, it was in Sony Screen Gems/ Rainforest Films “The Gospel,” starring Boris Kodjoe and Idris Elba, that McClurkin made his debut in a character role. His face has been sprawled on the pages of USA Today, New York Times, Essence Magazine, Ebony & Jet Magazines, Billboard, Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. There is definitely far more to this man than his music.
It was never McClurkin’s intent to retire as a recording artist. He always knew that singing was just one of the gifts that would be used as a platform to crossover to another arena in the business. His long-time vision of starting a record label has finally arrived; Camdon Music, the name of McClurkin’s label, is well on its way to becoming a reality. Heading up a label will position him to showcase his many gifts while allowing his keen ability to hear great talent and discover the musical potential in artists from every walk of life. Already signed and sealed to Camdon Music is McClurkin’s sister, Andrea Mellini, who sang background with him on all his recordings, and Perfecting Faith Choir.
Camdon Records will not only be home to the best music around, but it will feature the spoken word as well. The Donnie McClurkin Ministry Series, which can currently be found in Wal-Mart stores across the U.S. and www.camdonmusic.com is another division of the label that fans will enjoy. Powerful messages like “The Valley of God” and “Attachments” is just a sample of what’s to come.
When asked what message he wants his life to convey, McClurkin says, “I hope people will be able to say that I really had a true relationship with God,“ he concluded.” “Not only did I sing it, but also my very life exemplified it… no façade or hypocrisy. When I was wrong, I was wrong, but I took blame rather than allow holiness to appear to be some fabricated way of life. I want that people will not have seen me, but rather seen that this is what a relationship with Jesus is like and I would hope it could be said that holiness was what I lived, and what I passed on to the next generation, and the next.”
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