Brown, Franklin earn triple Billboard Award nominations


Congratulations to this year’s finalists for the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.  

Stellar Award history-maker Anthony Brown and group therAPy and Kirk Franklin earned noms in each gospel category–Top Gospel Artist, Top Gospel Album, and Top Gospel Song. 

Tasha Cobbs, Travis Greene, and Marvin Sapp each earned two noms.  Johnathan McReynolds, Erica Campbell, and Brian Courtney Wilson also landed one nomination each.

You can view the complete list here.

The show will take place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 22, 2016, at 8 PM ET and will be broadcast live on ABC.

Anthony Brown & group therAPy headline minority donor awareness event

(Indianapolis, IN)  Anthony Brown & group therAPy lent their voices as the headliner for the 18th Annual National Minority Donor Awareness Week Gospel Program.  Nearly 2,000 attendees filled the Church of Christian Compassion in Philadelphia, PA this past Sunday to support the organization’s effort to increase awareness of the need for minority organ and tissue donations.

Participants were treated to a free gospel concert as well as the opportunity to increase their knowledge about the importance of this initiative.

During the event, Anthony Brown spoke about the importance of organization’s such as the Gift of Life Donor program stating, “A very wise man once told me that businesses like this…places like this are an extension of God’s healing hand.”

According to the the organization’s official Facebook page, 120 new individuals registered to be donors that very evening. To find out more information about the Gift of Life Donor Program, please visit: 

Here’s a clip from their performance. 

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Anthony Brown & group therAPy sing TCS’s “For the Love of the People” (video)

If you’ve ever seen Anthony Brown & group therAPy live, then you’re familiar with the portion of their show where they pay special tribute to an artist who has greatly influenced them. 

This time the group decided to film one for all to enjoy: “For the Love of the People” by The Clark Sisters.