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Mon 27th May 2019 @ 19:00
Doors open at 18:00
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Join Tye Tribbett in Live Worship Concert for a Bank Holiday Special on Monday 27th May 2019 at Bethel Convention Centre, West Bromich, Birmingham. Tye and his band will be supported by Spanna in Birmingham.
Doors will open at 6pm. For enquiries call 07450 346442.
Standard Ticket: £25 (plus £2 booking fee) if booked after 26th April 2019.
Tickets: £30 on the door
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New Jersey-based gospel singer, songwriter, choir director, and multi-instrumentalist Tye Tribbett formed the ensemble Tye Tribbett & Greater Anointing, or G.A., in the late '90s. The group was asked to back country superstar Faith Hill on her tour in 2000, resulting in a flurry of appearances and recording work with everyone from Will Smith, Usher, and Mary Mary to Don Henley, Justin Timberlake, and Sting. Their first official recording, "Let Go, Let God" appeared on Dreamworks' Prince of Egypt compilation in 1998. The live recordings Life and Victory Live followed in 2004 and 2006 on Columbia Records/Sony Gospel.
In 2010 he released his first album without Greater Anointing, simply titled Fresh. Now pursuing a solo career, he followed up in 2013 with the live offering Greater Than on the Motown Gospel label. It would prove to be a major success for Tribbett, earning him two Grammy Awards, including Best Gospel Album, in 2014. Over the next three years, he kept a busy touring schedule, ultimately culminating in the 2017 double album The Bloody Win, which featured live performances recorded the previous year at The Redemption Center in Greenville, South Carolina.
Artist Biography by James Christopher Monger (Source: www.allmusic.com)
(The tool in God's Hands)
The last of seven children, born to Jamaican parents, Spanna was raised in a Christian household in the 1970's. From his early teens his interest in music started to grow (especially his love of reggae music) after spending time with his big brother playing Bob Marley and Dennis Brown on his sound system. With the introduction of Ragga muffin music in the mid 1980's Spanna found himself listening to artists like Super Cat and Tiger from Jamaica, and started to develop his own skills on the mic.
During this time Spanna's church attendance dwindled down to zero as he traveled around Birmingham UK hotting up sound systems and night clubs with his Ragga style chatting.
Although Spanna's mother would continually pray for him and warn him against bad company, he still found himself being drawn into gang culture which was on the rise at the time and eventually ended up in a youth institution. After his release
Spanna was determined to change his life and after spending three years at The college Of Food Birmingham UK he gained a catering diploma and with regular work he found himself having less time to hang around with friends but kept contact with a few close friends from back in the day.
There was still something missing and as Spanna recalls "No matter how much I was enjoying myself and how much money I was earning I still found myself thinking about church and God" Spanna knew it was not impossible for him to embrace church life again, because a few friends from his old gang had taken the righteous road and was already speaking to him about God. So with this and his mother still praying for him Spanna knew it was time for him to get serious with God again, one Sunday morning after coming home from a blues party Spanna went to a church service held in a local community centre, there Spanna answered a call to salvation and since that day in March 1997 he has never looked back.
Shortly afterwards, Spanna joined Shekinah Ministries, the UK's Original Christian Sound System after meeting Rico who he knew from his time following sound systems on the streets. Spanna knew it was a move of God because all his life he loved music and was soon writing spirit filled lyrics which led him to release New Ting on Shekinah Records in 1998 backed by Jet Star Phonographics.
This was the first gospel ragga track by a UK artist which announced Spanna on the gospel scene where the title the Tool In God's Hands was born. New Ting left people eagerly awaiting for a full length album from Spanna and in the summer of 2000 Spanna obliged with the release of a four track E.P. called Man Of The Gospel which was well received by Christians and non Christians alike and earned him a nomination for a UK Oasis Award in 2002. Being busy it was a further three years before Spanna released a full length album in May 2005 entitled Blessed Redeemer, which gained rave reviews in the UK and abroad and earned him another Oasis award nomination in 2006 and then an En Sound International Reggae award for best Caribbean album in 2007.
Over the years Spanna has become a respected radio Dj with regular spots on BBC radio programmes and currently local internet stations. On the stage and as a Dj he has worked with the biggest names including Kirk Franklin, Mary Mary, Dietrick Haddon, Fred Hammond, Israel Houghton, Papa San, and Carlene Davis and his travels have taken him a far afield as Nigeria. Spanna is also a qualified Mentor and trained workplace mediator, a trained Chef, Plus he is still involved in extensive work with Shekinah Ministries Phew!
Spanna is currently working on a brand new album!
Jeremiah 1 verse 5: Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee: and before thy came forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet onto the nations. (KJV)
Nigerian born but hailing from Manchester, up and coming artist 'Zion' (Kunmi Ogunsola ) is a singer/ songwriter, musician and choir director whose approach to music has already positioned him as 'one to watch' amongst Christian music industry players.
Zion's musical journey started back in 2008 as part of his church worship team as a drummer. His leader recognised Zion’s vocal ability and gave him the opportunity to start leading worship. From this point on Zion grew in his gift, taught himself how to play the keyboard and honed in his songwriting ability by combining his love for poetry and the melodies he was discovering on the keyboard.
His membership of a small Redeemed Christian Church of God parish in Manchester didn't hinder his gift from making room for him as he has ministered at the largest Christian gathering in the UK, Festival of Life (FOL) and has been a backing vocalist for Lightchild.
Furthermore, hits like 'Amen' and 'Captured My Heart' have positioned him at various events and churches including Kingstock Festival, Croydon Festival, and Ignite Fest at Audacious Church. He has also had the privilege of doing some work with the BBC.
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