Reggie Webb

TOS Gospel Stage Draws Thousands with Powerful Praise

The spirit of the Lord descended with power on the Brenda Marsh-Mitchell Gospel Stage at the 12Hezekiahth Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival (TOS) on Oct. 21. The incredible praise party attracted the largest crowd ever with thousands of people on hand to hear regional and local artists deliver joyous music filled with worship, hope and the love of God. With KJLH broadcaster Aundre Russell and Christian comedian J Redd serving as emcees, L.A.-area gospel singers kicked-off the first half of the program. The audience rose to its feet upon hearing selections such as “Thank You, Lord, For Blessing Me

SoCal Black McDonald’s Operators Continue Gospel Legacy at TOS

The Brenda Marsh-Mitchell Gospel Stage (BMM) will be among the highlights at 12th Annual Taste of Soul set for Saturday, October 21, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., along Crenshaw Boulevard from Rodeo Dr. to Stocker Blvd. The BMM stage will be located at the intersection of Crenshaw and Martin Luther King Boulevards. Thanks to the Southern California Black McDonald’s Operators Association (BMOA), several chart-topping national artists will join local performers in bringing gospel messages of hope and joy at the nation’s largest family festival. Uniting local and national talent to perform on the BMM stage is collaboration between local

The Gospel comes to Crenshaw via Taste of Soul

Praises to God fill the air at Brenda Marshall-Mitchell Gospel Stage! The presence of the Lord was in full force at the Taste of Soul (TOS) Brenda Marshall-Mitchell Gospel Stage. The largest crowd in the history of the stage lifted praises, shouts, and holy dances in response to the spirit-filled performances by an array of local and nationally known artists. Pastor Kelvin Sauls and Holman United Methodist Church returned for a second time to produce the event. Joining Holman’s effort were the Black McDonald’s Operators of Southern California Association, who sponsored the company’s Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour. “This stage is a