That choir you saw Saturday night in Lifetime’s “The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel” is the Powerhouse Fellowship Soul Choir out of Toronto, Canada.
The movie recounts the story of Gospel music trailblazer Mattie Moss Clark and The Clark Sisters who are the highest-selling female gospel group in history.
Their polished presentation and passionate praise have taken the group beyond the walls of the church to audiences far and wide.
Founded by and under the leadership of Shawn Cotterell, they are one of Canada’s most sought after choirs.
The choir also appeared in “Self Made”: Inspired by the life of Madam C. J. Walker.
“It is a huge honor for my choir and me to take part in The Clark Sisters and Madam C.J. Walker movie projects,” states Shawn Cotterell. “Both films are about women who blazed trails in the Gospel music industry and hair care industry. Their movies will empower women and inspire everyone. I am thankful we were able to be part of both films.”