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Marcia Smith Ministries / Press

“Hot Springs, Ark. — All the way from personally ministering to students on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas, to singing at packed mega churches and conferences, Marcia Smith takes the stage for “Praize Sundays,” at the Magic Springs amphitheater in Hot Springs at 6 p.m. Sunday. On Sunday she will perform a range of songs that typify her as a songstress, and the dynamic that she brings to the gospel music realm. Smith is no stranger to the limelight, she has performed alongside gospel greats such as Dorinda Clark Cole, Kim Burrell, and J Moss, and on Sunday she will be adding Tamela Mann, and Grammy Award winning LeAndria Johnson to her already established music career. ”

“DAVID AND TAMELA MANN 6 p.m. Magic Springs' Timberwood Amphitheatre. $30-$65. You probably know David and Tamela Mann from their roles as Mr. Brown and Cora Simmons on "Meet the Browns," Tyler Perry's play, film and subsequent TV series. The entertainment power couple comes from Fort Worth, Texas, where they got their start performing in various gospel groups, including Kirk Franklin & The Family. Both were featured in Perry's play "I Can Do Bad All by Myself" (not to be confused with the film of the same title), which introduced the world to Mabel "Madea" Simmons, the antagonistic, gun-wielding grand doyenne of the Perry empire. Also performing with the Manns will be Marcia Smith, a gospel and neo-soul singer from Conway who has performed alongside such gospel stars as Dorinda Clark Cole, Kim Burrell and J. Moss.”

“Marcia Smith takes the stage for “Praize Sundays,” at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Magic Springs amphitheater in Hot Springs. Smith has been ministering through music her entire life. For her, singing is a natural talent with supernatural effects. Her music is a personal testimony of triumph, life’s struggles and the very simple expression of joy. Marcia Smith ranges in style from Traditional Hymnal Gospel to Contemporary Gospel, all the way to in the pocket Neo-Soul/Jazz. “Uprooting spirits of fear, and rejection, and unforgiveness,” is Marcia Smith’s mantra for ministry. Smith is no stranger to the limelight, she has performed with gospel greats like Dorinda Clark Cole, Kim Burrell, J Moss, and Grammy Award Winning LeAndria Johnson on Sunday, she will be adding Tamela Mann to her established music career.”