Diasporian News of Sunday, 5 May 2013
UK Gospel Explosion is undoubtedly one of the amazing and most patronised “Ghanaian-cooked” live shows anyone will ever wish to see. The event is proudly organised by the Ghana Society UK and various phenomenal artistes mostly from Ghana with support from international choirs who are not only popular but talented.
The event, which is set to be solar-powered with the likes of Cecilia Marfo, Nino, Rev. Kwame Stanley, Rev. Osei Kofi, Maame Serwaah,lots of International choirs and DAVISON BAND will make Luton UK filled with the best of harmonies. I guess by the mention of these Ghanaian gospel gurus right there you have some of the elements and reasons why their presents at every concert makes it one of the best concerts ever in the diaspora.
After a brief interview with one of the brains behind the shows, Madam Maria Lovell, she disclosed that,this year’s concerts are going to be one of a kind since much has gone down with the preparations.They are also going to launch a project called the “CHILDREN IN NEED GHANA”. A soundtrack by Ghanaian singer NINO for the project will also be launched alongside. She is very optimistic that these forthcoming concerts are going to live some precious nostalgic memories in the minds of the audience.
The Gospel Explosion 2013 is set to begin in Luton:Dunstable Conference Centre on the 11th of May 2013 withOwurakuFrimpong and OdiAhenkan (Peace FM) being the hosts. Further shows will be staged in Birmingham, Manchester, Milton Keynes and London.