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Phillip Carter and SOV thank fans, supporters with free concert (Photos)

Phillip Carter and his ensemble SOV (Sounds of Victory) treated their fans and supporters to a free concert on Saturday, April 26 at Mt. Ephraim Baptist Church in Upper Marlboro, MD. Carter called the free event a “fan experience.” And indeed it was!

The songs went all the way back to 1997 and delighted fans and gave the unfamiliar a chance to see the depth of the treasure trove of songs that are the signature of Phillip Carter and SOV. Songs included, “Jesus I’ll Never Forget,” “A Friend Unfailing,” “Over There” and so many more. There was also an engaing mic toss on “A Friend Unfailing,” with Kendall King, Ronnette Harrison, Darnell Moore and Kaneisha Trott.

Phillip Carter engages audience

Before the concert, Phillip Carter shared some exciting news. After very successful production effort last year with Maranatha, Carter announced that he has inked a deal with Maranatha for multiple distribution deals for Phillip Carter and SOV and that the group will be releasing their first Christmas album this year. To top it all off, the group will spend 5 days in Warsaw, Poland recording a live album with a live orchestra.

Spotted in the audience were Mike McCoy, Robert E. Person and Lisa Gilliam. Catch up with Phillip Carter and SOV on their website. Check out photos from the concert. (Photo credit: ©2016 Divine Images/Sarah Hearn)

About Phillip Carter

Phillip Carter is the owner of the Gospel record label, SOV, Inc., and the co-visionary of the annual Independent Gospel Artists Alliance Conference held in Chesapeake, VA. He is  also the first Gospel artist to have his music exclusively available in the public library system through Altavoz Entertainment. Phillip Carter and his group, Sounds of Victory (SOV), was the 2010 Stellar Award Winner for Fan Favorite Choir of the Year. Phillip also produced the 2010 Stellar Award Winning Project For Children’s Performance of the Year, Amazing, from Rev. Dr. Emory Andrews and the Oxon Hill High School Choir. In April 2016, he launched the Bring Back the Choir new music forum.

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