APRIL 26, 27 & 28: William McDowell Storms Ghana For Three-Day ‘SOULED AWWT’ Concert

American gospel superstar William McDowell at the peak of his career will be coming to Ghana this April to worship with us.

The Entertainment One Music music artiste comes to Ghana for the three-day ‘Souled Awwt’ concert next month in Accra. The three-day worship event starts from April 26 to 28 with the first two nights happening at the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM) at North Legon, organisers of the show announced at a press launch in Accra on Sunday evening.

The Saturday morning event, the prestige edition of the three-day show they said is strictly by invitation and will happen at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra. Aside from William McDowell worshiping with thousands who will attend the event, Zionfelix.net can add that other eight top Ghanaian gospel artistes will share the stage with him.

Joe Mettle, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Willie & Mike, Kofi Karikari, Tagoe Sisters, Minister Sark and many others are among the spirit-filled musicians performing on the first two nights of the show happening at the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM) at North Legon. Earlybird tickets for the first two days selling for Gh50 until April 8 when it will be increased to Gh70.

Souled Awwt worship show starting from April 26 is organised by Rain Foundation.

The American gospel musician started his music career, in 2009, with the release of, As We Worship, by Entertainment One Music. This album would chart on three Billboard charts Gospel Albums, Independent Albums and Heatseekers Albums. His second album, Arise, was released in 2011 with Entertainment One. The album charted three Billboard charts again, this time The Billboard 200, Gospel Albums and Independent Albums. His third album, Withholding Nothing, was released in 2013, with Entertainment One. This album would chart on three charts The Billboard 200, Gospel Albums, and Independent Albums. He was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Gospel Album, for his third album.

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