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Bishop Paul S. Morton to Host Final Recording after 30 Years as Gospel Artist

Bishop Paul S. Morton is retiring from music and will host his final recording at the Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church in New Orleans. Performing live with the Greater Change Mass Choir, the award-winning artist will also welcome a host of guest stars to the stage that includes Rance Allen, Pastor Shirley Caesar, Tasha Cobbs, Zacardi Cortez, Le’Andria Johnson and PJ Morton, along with the Greater Change Mass Choir as they come together on this special concert celebration that caps his prolific career in ministry and over 30 years as a gospel recording artist.

The live recording is being produced by Trent Phillips, who is known for his award-wining work with Bishop Morton and Donnie McClurkin and producer/songwriter Ay’Ron Lewis will serve as Musical Director for the evening.

The live recording will kick off a full week celebration of Bishop Morton’s 30 year career, which will include a white tie gala and this year’s Full Gospel Conference 2015. The gala is to be presented by the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International (FGBCFI), which Bishop Morton founded over 20 years ago.

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