Nashville DIVAS Broken Concert packed the house

Nashville DIVAS broken dressed in white (photo by Deborah A. Culp)

Nashville DIVAS Broken dressed in white (photo by Deborah A. Culp)

Once again the five stunning ladies of Gospel group titled “Nashville DIVAS” gospel music rocked the house. The Broken CD release concert music wowed the audience congregation in a soul stirring capacity. The ladies walk the walk and talk the talk. They are more than singing partners, they are family- and it shows.

Their Facebook Social Media Page employment section states that their occupation is “Singing and dancing for God.” An explicit item to have on a resume indeed. It is one thing to say it, but an entirely other to do it. The concert in question was held at the Bass Street Missionary Baptist Church in Nashville. However there are no ending roads to the depth these women of God will travel to. The “Broken” CD and concerts are making the rounds in 2016.

The anointed group of ladies are: Kennettha Foster, Rachel Russell, DeOndria “Boo” Foster, Jamithia (Sha) Robinson and Nicole Little.
As the evening carried on, other gospel music groups ministered in music, allowing the Holy Spirit to reign. The Wells Brothers, David Hammond & the Chosen Disciples, The Gospel Troops of Bowling Green Kentucky, Free Spirit, The Marable Twins & Company and Tony Ward and Company each brought their own flair and creative music ministry style to the venue.

Radio Angel – Media personality Connie Dennell Cato and Pastor Frank D. Stevenson (St Luke Primitive Baptist Church) served as celebrity Co Host/ Masters of Ceremonies. The dress codes in the building ranged from the Nashville DIVAS T-Shirts , with #PackedHouse (and it was) to jeans, jackets and traditional church wear. None of that matter as the host and guest groups literally had everyone on their feet, dancing like (the Biblical) David danced. A wide range of gospel music filled the hearts, mind and air on that evening.

Pam Cannon and Jerald Brinkley were Nashville DIVAS (Broken) Stage Managers. The rest of the event staff did all possible to make everyone feel at home and the pure joy shared. That mix consisted of Pastors, Bishops, lay people and a few vendors such as Tracy Logan of “His Image” Clothiers. Along with the music for the soul, the onsite kitchen and dining are served hot soul food and other culinary staples.

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