The much awaited biggest Africa gathering in America dubbed “Africa Gospel Goes Classic” with the gospel general, Sonnie Badu has been postponed. The live recording of his new album “Hymns and Spiritual Songs” has been rescheduled for November 1 according to his management Smartty’s Management & Productions.
In a release from his management, headed by Mrs Selassie Ibrahim she explained that “due to an unexpected event beyond our control, Smartty’s Management & Production regret to announce the postponement of the live classical recording with Sonnie Badu from August 2, the scheduled date to November 1, 2014”.
The release further explained “we are sorry for any inconvenience caused his fans and patrons who purchased tickets ahead of the event. All tickets for the previously announced August date will be honored for the new date without the need to exchange”.
The live classical recording concert would be Sonnie Badu’s fourth album with a classical twist. The live recording album is said to feature three American Gospel artistes;Jonathan Nelson, Darwin Hobbs and Dee Jones. The album would be recorded by award winning sound engineer Danny Dunkin, who is the sound engineer behind Israel Houghton, Cece Winnans and Marvin Sapp. Amanda would be the one on visuals.
On Saturday, November 1, over 4000 believers will gather in Maryland at the New Psalmist Baptist Church-6020 Marion Dr. Baltimore MD 21215 for a historic Live Recording Concert by Strings for Christ Orchestra.
This historic concert promises to be the best from General Sonnie Badu. For more enquiries and any information, please visit http://www.sonniebadu.com/for further details and registration or questions can be directed to email@example.com.