Kirk Franklin on April 15 at 7:30 p.m.

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In a Nutshell

Grammy-winning gospel star elates audiences with uplifting messages and vocal fireworks on tracks from 2015’s Losing My Religion

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Kirk Franklin

  • Kirk Franklin’s solo success: To date, he has earned 9 Grammys, 39 Stellar Awards, 16 Dove Awards, 8 NAACP Image Awards, 2 BET Music Awards, and 1 American Music Award. If that’s not enough, he’s also spearheaded a Gospel Brunch at House of Blues and served as J.C.’s number-one D.J. by helming the Praise Channel on SiriusXM.
  • Behind his success: a dedication to bringing gospel into the mainstream by weaving messages of faith into R&B and hip-hop music, as well as sharing his personal struggles with his audience
  • Those struggles: abandonment as a child and a crippling fear of failure as an adult, even as he amassed awards, accolades, and projects stamped with his household name
  • How he used his struggles for good: He funneled it all into 2015’s Losing My Religion, which marked the end of a five-year writing block and the beginning of relinquishing his fears.
  • What he says about his new approach: “I think that my job is to be the conduit [for] what God’s calling me to do and then get out the way and let Him do His work.”
  • What calls Losing My Religion: “a rhyming, socio-political-spiritual manifesto”
  • Proof of that praise: “Miracles,” which contrasts a message of God’s power with the seeming hopelessness of present-day violence punctuated by the final line: “The revolution is now being televised.”
  • What to expect live: crowd-rousing performances of both classic hits such as “Smile” and new tracks stamped with Franklin’s determined spirit

Customer Reviews

Best show ever
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Easy to use tickets and it was a great show
Kathleen M. · 3 days ago
Great lawn seats Rod Stewart and Cyndi lauper they both looked good. On a Summer right Good weather n music..
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