Gospel Singer and N.C. Central University alumnus John P. Kee performs at The Ultimate Gospel Concert in Mcdougald-McLendon Arena on Nov. 3 for NCCU's homecoming. Photo by Giera Mann/Campus Echo Staff Photographer
NCCU student volunteers to play the tamborine on stage upon gospel singer John P. Kee's request in McDougald-McLendon Nov. 3 at The Ultimate Praise Gospel Concert. Photo by Giera Mann/Campus Echo Staff Photographer.
Gospel Singer Travis Greene performs at the Ultimate Praise Gospel Concert on Nov. 3 in McDougald-McLendon Arena. Photo by Giera Mann/Campus Echo Staff Photographer.
NCCU's WPI Mass Choir performs at the Ultimate Praise Gospel Concert on Nov. 3 in McDougald-McLendon Arena. Photo by Giera Mann/Campus Echo Staff Photographer.
NCCU's very own, DJ ShowOut hypes up the crowd at The Ultimate Praise Gospel Concert Nov. 3 in McDougald-McLendon Arena. Photo by Giera Mann/Campus Echo Staff Photographer.

NCCU’s homecoming gospel concert features alumnus John P. Kee

November 22, 2019

The Ultimate Praise Gospel Concert kicked off N.C. Central University’s homecoming Nov. 3 in McDougald-McLendon Arena featuring NCCU alum John P. Kee.

 Students, faculty and staff, and members of the public were dressed in their casual Sunday best as they enjoyed local performances from NCCU’s Worship and Praise International Mass Choir, Sheila Copeland and music by DJ ShowOut.

The arena became filled with the spirit from performances by gospel icons The Walls Group, Travis Greene, and Kee. The Walls Group performed their hit song “And Don’t You Stop”, followed by Green performing his hit songs “Made a Way” and “Intentional.” Kee’s performance was most intimate as he brought the University’s students onto the stage with him to perform. Kee performed Old School Gospel you would only find in your local churches hymn book and modern-day songs from his newest album, “I Made It Out.” From tambourine playing to vocal performances, the Gospel Concert was a hit. 

 “The Gospel Concert was a very exhilarating experience! I loved all the performances from the beginning to the end. It’s always great being around peers who aren’t afraid to praise God just as much as you do,” NCCU Student Tarmisha SaintJuste said.

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