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Charles Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago's Awesome Journey Continues

Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago Lead the Stellar Gospel Music Awards with Five Wins including Song of the Year, CD of the Year, Choir of the Year and More  

Jenkins Performs at the African American Church Inauguration Ball and Delivers a Prayer at the National Cathedral

CHICAGO, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Charles Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago's year-long journey hit a high point at the 28th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards with five wins, including Song of the Year, CD of the Year, Choir of the Year, Traditional Choir of the Year and Recorded Music Package of the Year.  The Stellar Gospel Music Awards aired live on GMC from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN with subsequent airings to follow. The award show will also air in syndication on 150 stations in over 125 markets across the country, January 24, 2013 through March 3, 2013.

"It was a stellar weekend," said Jenkins.  "They could not have given me enough time on stage to thank everyone who contributed to our success." The awesome journey began with the release of the record-breaking and critically-acclaimed #1 CD project, The Best of Both Worlds, which included the #1 praise and worship anthem, "Awesome," penned by Jenkins, who is a GRAMMY® Award-winning songwriter.  

Immediately following the Stellar Awards, Jenkins headed to Washington, DC to participate in a series of Presidential Inauguration activities, including a performance at the African American Church Inauguration Ball "Keepers of the Flame," to commemorate the Inauguration and second term of President Barack H. Obama. Jenkins performed "Awesome" and joined a list of distinguished guests. The organization honored Muhammad Ali, Bishop George E. Battle, Jr., Bishop Phillip R. Cousin, Sr., Andrae Crouch, Ed Dwight, Joycelyn Elders, MD, Bishop William H. Graves, Sr., Rev. Dr. Cynthia Hale, Vernon E. Jordan, Esq., Hugh Masekela, Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, Jr., Jessye Norman, Beny Primm, MD, Cicely Tyson, and Ruby Dee.

On Tuesday, January 22, Jenkins delivered a prayer at the Presidential Inaugural Prayer Service at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.  "It is an amazing honor to participate in such a significant moment in history as the celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King is divinely aligned with the Inauguration of our President—it has truly been a once in a lifetime experience," says Jenkins.

As Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago's awesome journey continues, the award-winning and famed producer Mark Burnett (Shark Tank, The Voice, The Apprentice and Survivor) has produced a music video for the hit anthem "Awesome," featuring scenes from his new television series The Bible, which will air on the History Channel, debuting March 3, 2013. 

Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago's #1 debut CD project, The Best of Both Worlds held the top position on Billboard's Top Gospel Albums chart for three consecutive weeks.  The Best of Both Worlds was the highest debut for a new artist in 2012 and the 10th best-selling gospel album for an artist in 2012. The single, "Awesome," entered at #1 on Billboard's Hot Gospel Song chart, and remained at #1 for 20 weeks. "Awesome" also entered at #1 as the Best Selling Christian/Gospel Song on Amazon. "Awesome" is the third best-selling digital gospel song of 2012. In Billboard's magazine year-end issue, Jenkins and Fellowship Chicago's "Awesome" landed at #2 on the Gospel Songs chart, #5 on the Gospel Songs Imprints chart, and #6 on the Gospel Songs Labels chart. 

Jenkins is the founder, CEO and President of Inspired People Music, an independent label based in Chicago, IL.

www.inspiredpeoplemusic.net

Contact:
Gwendolyn Quinn
718.622.4100/917.769.7808
Gwendolynquinn@aol.com

SOURCE Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church

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