Award winning gospel singer, Tina Campbell is using her voice for good.
Tina will be lifting her voice to benefit the National Museum of African American Music at this year’s Black Music Honors: Celebrate the Soul event at Andrew Jackson Hall in Nashville, TN, August 18 at 7:00 p.m.
The two-hour television special will honor legendary African Americans who have influenced and made significant contributions to American music.
Tina Campbell will be in the company of some awesome performers such as Andra Day, Eddie Levert, The Bar-Kays, Ann Nesby, Stokley Williams (Mint Condition), Chubb Rock and many more.
The star-studded event, hosted by Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Ledisi, will pay homage to music legends: Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Pastor Shirley Caesar, Big Daddy Kane, Dionne Warwick, Clarence Avant and Stax Records.
The only museum dedicated to all dimensions of African American music, The National Museum of African American Music is committed to showcasing more than 50 music genres created or impacted by African Americans, honoring the legacy and legends of this diverse music and detailing the impact this music has on musicians and consumers around the world.
The museum is designed to tell the story of genres, instruments and vocalists that have shaped and influenced music around the world, thus providing a platform for a national and global landscape to celebrate and honor the legacy and legends.