Donnie McClurkin's early life was marred by tragedy, including the loss of his younger brother and a family history of domestic violence and abuse. He found solace in the church, particularly its music, and formed the McClurkin Singers while still a teenager. He went on to release his self-titled major-label debut in 1996, featuring the hit "Stand." The album caught the attention of Oprah Winfrey and won him a Grammy. McClurkin continues to record and also works in film and television.
Donnie McClurkin Concert Films
Live In London And More
Runtime: 1 hr 46 minDonnie McClurkin's voice has become one of universal solace and encouragement. You now have a front-row seat to this concert event that features Donnie, his signature voice, and a captivated UK audience. This recording of Live in London and More... was filmed before a packed house at the famous Fairfield Hall in Croydon, England and offers Donnie's flawless and timeless renditions of the songs you have grown to love, including "Caribbean Medley," "Who Would've Thought..." featuring Marvin Winans, and "Just for Me." Also included is live and concept video footage of 2001's Gospel Song of the Year, "We Fall Down."
Donnie McClurkin Top Tracks
Deitrick Haddon's LXW (League of Xtraordinary Worshippers)
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minWith incredible foot-stompin hand clappin house rockin' songs, captivating choreography & swag, this full-length concert will put choir music back on the map; center stage! This concert release features guest performances by historical champions of choir music; award winning luminaries such as Donald Lawrence, Hezekiah Walker & Ricky Dillard all started by the hit "Great God" ...
Live in Concert An Unforgettable Evening
Runtime: 1 hr 56 minYolanda Adams Live In Concert - An Unforgettable Evening is a beautiful representation of Adams' enormous contribution to the world of gospel music. This set includes powerful renditions of "The Only Way," "My Everything" and "Let Us Worship Him."
Runtime: 1 hr 26 minMultiple Stellar Award-winner, Grammy-nominee, and perennial gospel music favorite, Marvin Sapp, has succeeded in establishing himself as one of the most recognizable voices in gospel music. Sapp declared himself "not a singer who can preach, but rather a preacher who just happens to sing," and he does both with the case of Thirsty. For Thirsty, Sapp teamed up with producers Aaron Lindsey, Myron Butler, his choir Levi, and New Breed. The concert film was recorded live, before a capacity crowd. It also include a special, behind-the scenes montage.
The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin
Runtime: 1 hr 41 minRecorded live at Houston's Lakewood Church, this collection of live performances and video clips features guest appearances by Bishop T.D. Jakes, Shirley Caesar, Crystal Lewis, Donnie McClurkin and more.