Donnie McClurkin told Erica Campbell that every time he was in a relationship, it broke him. In that same sentiment, he also explained how Christians are not exempt from emotional distress.
TV One's UNCENSORED is back and it's returned with an eye-opening story from gospel music star, Donnie McClurkin.
Donnie McClurkin celebrated his 60th birthday last weekend with a concert in New York where the legendary Tremaine Hawkins blessed the mic from her seat with high-notes that could only come from God.
Pastor Donnie McClurkin is turning 60 and has planned a star-studded concert to celebrate! To be held November 16 at the Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral in Jamaica, New York, the concert features appearances by some of gospel music’s best – Kirk Franklin, CeCe Winans, Erica Campbell, Jonathan McReynolds, Tasha Cobbs-Leonard, and Kierra Sheard. It was […]
Gearing up for an international concert celebrating the 20th anniversary of his first international live recording of his Live in London and More album (1999) that featured his big hit “We Fall Down,” Donnie McClurkin released a new song called “There Is God.”
Need a pick-me-up? Donnie McClurkin is good for it.
Donnie McClurkin wasn’t on the lineup to perform at Get Up! Mornings’ 3rd anniversary concert this year, but fans pressured him into singing anyway and we were so glad they did!
The inspiration behind this single "Not Yet" came from McClurkin surviving a serious car accident which he felt the presence of God as he was rescued.
The iconic gospel singer recently lost consciousness behind the wheel, started swerving in traffic and crashed into a concrete medium.
Pastor Donnie McClurkin is currently in the hospital after a serious car accident.
The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin passed away last month and it was recently announced she will be honored at the American Music Awards.