The 37th Stellar Gospel Music Awards kick off Sunday on BET & BET HER

The highly anticipated Gospel event of the year, the 37th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, airs this Sunday, August 7, at 8 p.m. ET/PT, on BET and BET Her. Hosted by recording artists Jekalyn Carr and Kierra Sheard-Kelly, this year’s celebration promises to inspire audiences around the world with uplifting performances from a variety of new and emerging gospel artists, as well as standard bearers. Of the industry. This year’s ceremony will also air in various local markets across the country between August 13 and September 11, 2022. A full list of stations is available at www.thestellarawards.com.

The Stellar Awards, which were taped live July 16 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia, will feature many spirited moments that celebrate Gospel music while spreading the good news. Among them:

Marvin Sapp, Koryn Hawthorne and Brian Courtney Wilson will come together to pay a powerful tribute to Aaron Lindsey, who will be honored with the Aretha Franklin Icon Award presented by Aflac.

Ricky Dillard, who will receive the James Cleveland Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Toyota, will also deliver renditions of “Every Knee Shall Bow”, “There Is No Way”, “More Abundantly”, “Glad To Be In The Service” and “Toute my help.”

Tye Tribbett will bring the energy with an electrifying offering of “Get Up”, James Fortune will cover the song with a mix of “I Am” and “Never Let Me Down”, and Wande will join forces with Jor’Dan Armstrong. and Erica Campbell to perform “They Didn’t Know” and “Call”.

Additionally, Maverick City Music, Kirk Franklin, Le’Andria Johnson, Melvin Crispell III and Zacardi Cortez will perform “Bless Me” and will be joined by the Prairie View A&M University Drumline. Doe will perform “Brighter” and “When I Pray”, Rudy Currence and Chrisette Michele will deliver a duet of “No Greater Love”, and Jason Nelson will raise his voice to “Residue”.

Travis Greene, Darrel Walls and Kelontae Gavin will perform “Dependable,” and Travis will introduce his new band Forward City with a performance of “Tent Revival.” AT&T Dream in Black Emerging artists such as Aaron Cole, Erica Mason and Lamont Sanders will also be spotlighted as up-and-coming gospel talents.

The 37th Stellar Gospel Music Awards are proud to be presented this year by AT&T Dream in Black. This year’s sponsors also include Procter & Gamble (P&G), Walmart, State Farm, Toyota, McDonald’s – Black & Positively Golden and Aflac. The 37th Stellar Gospel Music Awards are also proud to partner with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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