Preserve the Legacy and Heritage of Black Gospel Music
The oldie-goldie black style of gospel quartet and traditional choir music is rapidly becoming a lost art. That's why veteran broadcaster Brother Sam Tate and Gospel Gems are on a mission to keep the heritage alive.
Our goal is to purchase a motor home with a state-of- the arts broadcast studio on board so we can travel around the country and interview artist and gospel radio announcers.
Our mission is to preserve the legacy and heritage of these artist and this dying gospel art form. Unfortunately, many of these artist have already passed on. So time is of the essence.
Our goal is $300,00 for the motor home, state of the art broadcast studio on board and operating expenses.
Thank you for your support.
Brother Sam Tate/Producer-Host
Gospel Gems Network