This past week Cleveland welcomed for the first time the Verizon’s How Sweet The Sound Choir Competition. The competition called Cleveland choirs to compete for the best in the city in order to qualify for the national competition in Washington DC. You tell us who is deserving to represent Cleveland as the best and take home the prize. Those that competed against eachother are The Choir Of Cypress Church, Elim Sancuary Choir, Calvary Santuary Choir, Help From God, The Pastor’s Choir, and Mt. Moriah Choir.
Watch Choirs below and vote of which one won the competition.
Ed Powell of Praise 1300 was there to welcome the hosts and judges of the show, Donald Lawrence, CeCe Winans, Karen Clark Sheard, James Fortune and Marvin Sapp . This is the first time Cleveland has seen Marvin Sapp after the passing of his beloved wife Malinda Sapp. He performed live for Cleveland and as you can see he continues to praise God in the midst of it all. He is a true testimony of God’s strength. Check out this video of Marvin Sapp’s performance in Cleveland.
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Marvin Sapp, Cece Winans, and Donald Lawrence perform on stage together.
James Fortune, CeCe Winans, Karen Clark Sheard, and Donald Lawrence celebrate Cleveland Choirs at The How Sweet The Sound Competition.
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