Rejoice Musical Soulfood has announced that Grammy Award winning gospel singer Dorinda Clark-Cole is rebranding her popular “Serving Up Soul” syndicated radio program as “The Dorinda Clark-Cole Show” beginning in January 2014. The vibrant, two hour weekly broadcast will continue to feature today’s gospel hits, unique weekly features and interviews with intriguing gospel personalities.
“We will be adding several lifestyle experts to the program to converse about fashion, make up and health issues to give our radio station affiliates lots of advertising sales opportunities,” says veteran radio executive and Rejoice Musical Soulfood CEO Mike Chandler who takes over producing duties for the show in January. “The Dorinda Clark-Cole Show is designed to help radio stations retain listeners and keep them coming back weekly.”
“Re-branding the name is a result of responding to our fans,” Clark-Cole says with a chuckle. “Our listeners called the show The Dorinda Clark-Cole Show anyway. When they did web searches, they used that name. We are all about our radio family so it only makes sense to call the show what the fans have been calling it all along. I am grateful for all the stations that carry the show because we seek to give them a great product while nourishing our listeners’ minds, bodies and souls through information and entertainment.”
Aside from the Rejoice Musical Soulfood network, the show currently airs in over 40 markets, including New York City, Dallas, New Orleans, Kansas City, Detroit and Birmingham, among others. Clark-Cole is a founding member of the iconic and award-winning group, The Clark Sisters.
The family act has performed professionally for four decades and is known for contemporary gospel standards like “You Brought the Sunshine,” “Is My Living In Vain?” and “Blessed & Highly Favored.” They are currently featured on “The First Noel” from Mary J. Blige’s new Christmas album. Since 2002, Cole has pursued a parallel career as solo artist, delivering Top Ten hits such as “Take It Back,” “So Many Times” and “I’m Still Here.”
Visit www.musicalsoulfood.com for more information.