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Live in Concert An Unforgettable Evening

Yolanda Adams

Year: 2016

Runtime: 01:56:12

Yolanda 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."

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