Chicago Gospel Heritage Music Museum and The Spin Awards form strategic alliance

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ATLANTA – July 29, 2021 – With the intent to forge a place in history beyond The Spin Awards ceremonies for those that spin the Gospel message, The Spin Awards is pleased to announce its newly formed strategic alliance with the Chicago Gospel  Heritage Music Museum (CGHMM). The alliance will make it possible for The Spin Awards Gospel Hall of Fame inductees to have plaques with their names on display in the museum.

The formation of this alliance creates a tremendous opportunity for Spin Awards Hall of Fame inductees to be recognized and remembered for years to come as well as offers the CGHMM the chance to fulfill its mission to educate people around the world about the importance of Gospel Music which would include the contributions of Chrisitan Gospel music spinners.

Walt Clark, founder of Steel City Gospel Radio, a Chicago-based station, played a pivotal liaison role in brokering the agreement between Dr. Stanley Keeble​ Founder of the Chicago Gospel  Heritage Music Museum, and Gospel Recording Artist Appointed, CEO of The Spin Awards to make the deal happen.  According to Clark, Dr. Keeble believes that the Spin Awards Gospel Hall of Fame inductee plaque placement will be in good hands and a benefit to the museum. “I am very grateful to Walt Clark and Dr. Keeble. Together they have greatly blessed our nominees and I thank the Lord for their heart to sow into our efforts,” states Appointed.

This year, two inductees will be enshrined during the 5th Annual Spin Awards Weekend Experience in Atlanta, Georgia area at the Sylvia Beard Theatre, October 21-23, 2021.  For more information about  The Spin Awards, go to www.thespinawards.com.

Dr. Keeble has been a member of the Gospel Music Workshop of America. He is also an officer of the Chicago Gospel Announcers Guild. Dr. Keeble is also a “History Maker,” listed in “Who’s Who in Black Chicago.” He was the Musical Director for the play “The Evolution of Gospel,” written by Sasha Dalton. The play featured Albertina Walker and Ethel Holloway. Dr. Keeble is currently a member of Chicago’s Samaritan Bible Baptist Church.

The mission of the Chicago Gospel Music Heritage Museum is to educate visitors, fans, and scholars from around the world about the history and the continuing significance of Gospel Music, and Chicago’s influence on the development of the genre. We also aim to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret this art form through its library, archives, and its educational programs. For more information about the CGHMM) go to www.facebook.com/CGMHM

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