After 15-Year Hiatus, the Miami Mass Choir Make Their Epic Return With New Live Album – Available Now!


After a hiatus of fifteen years, the famed MIAMI MASS CHOIR has returned! Director Pastor Marc Cooper and his dynamic league of singers and musicians have not let gospel music fans down. The Miami Mass Choir has delivered an epic release packed with various styles of gospel music, features by musics elite and an album boasting their famed robust and pristine sound that is unique to the Florida based choir.

Recorded live at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County, THE MIAMI MASS CHOIR LIVE album is available on all digital music outlets today.
MIAMI MASS CHOIR LIVE: At The Adrienne Arsht Center includes an extraordinary mix of Christian music genres and special appearances by legendary soul singer Betty Wright offering her signature soulful sound on “That’s What He Is”, powerhouse vocalist Beverly Crawford on “Calvary”, Contemporary Christian singer Tony LeBron, brings Latin love on “Good News” in español and gospel’s soulful crooner Zacardi Cortez on “Thank You Jesus”.

The Miami Mass Choir’s first radio single “Lord of Everything” is quickly rising up both Billboard BDS and Mediabase Gospel radio charts.  Miami Mass Choir’s Danette Inyang takes the lead on the contemporary high-praise song that will be a perfect engaging start for worship services.

Listen to “Lord Of Everything”

The Miami Mass Choir has a highly respected and award winning discography including Stellar Award winning album IT’S PRAYING TIME (1997), JUST FOR YOU (1998), Grammy® nominated album OLE RICKETY BRIDGE with Dorothy Norwood (2000), and GOD WILL SEE YOU THROUGH (2001).  Now, fifteen years later, the dynamic choir is adding THE MIAMI MASS CHOIR LIVE: At the Adrienne Arsht Center to their historical span of performing, recording and releasing great Gospel music!

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SOURCE: The Bellamy Group

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