Gospel Music Hall of Fame to Honor 2005 Inductee

( [email protected] ) Jan 18, 2005 10:38 PM EST

The International Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum has opened its inductee list of nominations for 2005 to the public on Jan. 10. Nominations for the annual induction ceremony will continue until Feb. 1.

Founded in 1995 by DoRohn Entertainment's president and gospel artist David Gough, -- the "Mayor of Gospel" -- The International Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to the preservation and education of gospel music and entertainment around the world.

The annual event honors the legends of gospel with past honorees including The Mighty Clouds of Joy and Albertina Walker.

To cast a nomination, visit http://www.igmhf.org/website/html_pages/home_page.htm.

Lillian K


[About Artist] Smokie Norful

Smokie Norful has been one of popular music's great success stories of 2002. Not to mention 2003 and 2004. And the tidal wave of critical and popular acclaim he has generated with his gold-selling debut album, I Need You Now, and its title song—which has become an almost instant classic-for-the-ages—continues unabated, even as EMI Gospel Music proudly announces the release of Smokie's highly anticipated new release, Nothing Without You...

For more information on the artist, please go to www.gospelcity.com!