Fountain of Life Records Celebrates Rev. Clay Evans at 90 With Weekend Celebration

Friends and well wishers will gather in Chicago to celebrate Rev. Clay Evans and his sister, Dr. LouDella Evans Reid (who served as Fellowship’s minister of music for 5 decades)  on the eve of their 90th and 85th birthdays.
“Reverend Clay Evans is a religious icon”, says master producer/songwriter and Fountain of Life Records CEO (and nephew) Pharis Evans, Jr.  “He is an inspiration to so many.  A man of great wisdom, candor and great humor, he motivates us to keep moving and trust God with everything.  At 90, he can go into any church, anywhere on the planet on any given Sunday and simply say, “My, My, My” or “Can I get a witness” and the church will go in. We celebrate him for his tenacity, consistency and the drive the Lord gives him to continue the work in the vineyard.”
Clay Evans will be celebrated

The signature sound of Rev. Evans fronts All My Help, the new single from Pharis Evans’ 2 disc release entitled Due Season, available at iTunes and other online retailers.  Plans are underway for a special commemorative disc featuring the early recordings of Rev. Clay Evans and the Fellowship Choir digitally remastered and presented for the first time on CD as well as a never before released track scheduled for an August release.

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