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*Beverly Crawford: Dreams Do Come True, Twice Over—Interview by Bob Marovich
Beverly Crawford revisits Los Angeles and comes away with another powerhouse live gospel album. ‘Live in Los Angeles, Vol. 1 was a dream come true for me,’ says the gospel star. ‘The opportunity to do it again was a double blessing.’

*Gospel News & Notes
Clefs of Calvary founder JAMES PHELPS dies; personnel change in TRIN-I-TEE 5:7 as Adrian Anderson departs, Chanelle Haynes and Angel Taylor move on as a duo; HEAVENS HIGHWAY adds Holly Nash to lineup; GOLD CITY adds Brent Mitchell as new tenor.

*Bob Marovich’s Gospel Picks For November
Bob Marovich, founder/editor of The Black Gospel Blog, has four new gospel album recommendations: Pressing On by MARY ALESSI; QuarTemporary by TOTALLY DEDICATED; Nothing Missing, Nothing Broken by CATINA ROSEMOND; and the deluxe edition of Just Love by BRIAN COURTNEY WILSON.

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