The Alabama Music Hall of Fame wants to kick off Black History Month with “Amen to That,” a tribute to gospel music

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Much of today`s music is rooted in the rich gospel traditions of the Black church. In recognition of these traditions, the Alabama Music Hall of Fame will present the second Annual Black History Month event Celebrating Gospel Music, at 5 p.m. Sunday January 31st at Muscle Shoals High School Auditorium.

Performing during the show will be St. Paul Choir of Russellville, Howell Sledge of Leighton, Rev. Jerry Reeves and The Galilee Missionary Baptist Church of Leighton, James Brown Gospel Choir of Tuscaloosa, and The Gospel Imperials of Huntsville.
The emcee for 'Amen To That' is the talented Sheffield native Dr. Eric Kirkman.
Tickets are $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for students, and under six is free.

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