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Kurt Carr is set to record his ninth album called Bless Somebody Else featuring the Kurt Carr Singers’ legendary soloists live at Fountain of Praise Church in Houston. It’s scheduled to start at 5 p.m. on June 17 as a tribute to Father’s Day.
“I’m excited to bring new music to the world,” Carr says. “It’s been a long time coming. I’ve worked on so many other albums over the last few years for others, but now it’s time to share with you what the Lord has given me. I also want to take the time to honor fathers who are sometimes overlooked but who are dedicated to raising strong, successful, and productive children.”
In addition to the legendary soloists slated be featured, Carr will also debut two winners from his talent search contest he launched a few weeks ago.
“It’s been said that millennials don’t go to church and have drifted from God, but I don’t believe that is true,” Carr says. “So, I have decided to search for two exceptionally-gifted millennial singers who have a serious desire to worship God in song and I found them.”
Get ready for the new sound!
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Kurt Carr Set To Record Live Album Featuring His Group’s Legendary Soloists was originally published on praisebaltimore.com