What Does Gospel Music Have To Do With Black History

You cannot have Gospel Music without Black History and You cannot have Black History without Gospel Music they go hand in hand.
By: Old Dillard Foundation
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Feb. 20, 2021 - PRLog -- Gospel Music was created as a coping mechanism to deal with the circumstances the slaves found themselves in. They used their ability to sing and hum as a way of sending messages to one another and to confuse their slave masters.

In honor of celebrating Black History, the Old Dillard Foundation will present two music videos to celebrate the past while creating the present and building the future.

The gospel concert will premiere on February 28, at 7pm  featuring Ryneill Atkins and the Traveling QC's on www.facebook/odfhouse. Ryneill Atkins and the Traveling QC's  are one hottest gospel quartet groups in South Florida they will be performing songs that will have your heart jumping, your hands clapping and your feet stomping.

The video production of "Hallelujah" will premiere highlighted scenes:The Drummers Line, It Ain't So Amazing, Harriet Still Speaks and the Celebration of Freedom will air on February 27 at 7pm on www.facebook/odfhouse.  The scenes that are shown will have you on the edge of your seats leaving you hungry, thirsty and wanting for more. You may question why,  but most of all it will leave you at peace with the understanding that the fight for freedom must continue.

Funding Arts Broward is the major sponsor for these productions. Funding Arts Broward  supports innovative local visual and performing arts in Broward County, Florida.

For more information on The Old Dillard Foundation and any of their events you can visit the website at http://www.olddillardfoundation.org.

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