“Church Live” Tour!

Time to Vote!

We are so excited to have two of our rostered artists up for awards this season.  Please cast your votes for Clareta Haddon-Jackson for the Spin Awards, and Gabriel Day for the Kingdom Image Awards!

Aspire Booking Comes to Orlando for the Asaph Experience!

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Travele Judon Joins Kirk Franklin’s Long Live Love Tour!

Another Tour for Travele Judon

60 days from now, Travele will be back on the road.  He may be coming to a city near you.  Stay tuned…

Gospel Music Association Honors and Hall of Fame Ceremony

On May 8, 2019 the Gospel Music Association (GMA) held it’s annual ceremony honoring Gospel Music’s great artists and tradition.  Among those inducted into this year’s Hall of Fame was Tremaine Hawkins, powerhouse vocalist from the legendary Hawkins family.  Serenading “Lady Tramaine” with a medley of her greatest hits was our own Latice Crawford.  Sharing the stage with some of today’s hottest gospel stars including Kelontae Gavin and Mauranda Curtis, Latice delivered an amazing performance.  Aspire Booking rocks yet another stage….2019 is going to be a great year!

Delagraentiss Performs Live on April 28.

Come support the newest female voices in documentary filmmaking!  Delagraentiss will be singing!

 

Gospel Fest–Aspire Booking–Better Together!

Check out the line-up for the first night of GospelFest!  Delagraentiss will take the stage at 1:15p and our friend Jonathan Traylor will be there too!  Come to Chicago if you aren’t already here and let’s hang out!

Chicago Gospel Music Festival

Friday, May 31, 2019
Chicago Cultural Center – Randolph Square, 1st Floor North

Noon–12:20pm – Dave Martin & GSM
12:25–12:45pm – Mechelé Burtley
12:50–1:10pm – The Bournés
1:15–1:35pm – Delagraentiss 😀😃😃😃😃
1:40–1:50pm – Angel Sharkey
1:55–2:15pm – Providence St. Mel School Choir
2:20–2:45pm – Leanne Faine & Favor
2:55–3:20pm – Travis D. Crockett & The Powerful Voices of Praise
3:30–4pm – Jonathan Traylor

Mosaic. Delagraentiss Celebrates Her First Release!

The looooong awaited debut EP from Delagraentiss is finally here!  She threw quite a bash to celebrate her first concert, first album–“Mosaic”, and her birthday.  March 30 was the day that so many of us have been waiting for, and with guests in attendance from all over the country (and the globe), Delagraentiss did not disappoint.  Following a brief opening set by Just Steve, Dee Wilson and Jessica Love, she took the stage despite having lost most of her voice earlier in the week.  Over the course of the set, she found it and while still raspy, she delivered a powerful set of audience favorites like “iPray”, “Follow” and “Pretty Ugly”, in addition to four other titles featured on the project and a few that are yet to be released.

The room was full, the people were happy, the food was delicious and it was exciting to see her years-long labor of love finally come to fruition.  “Mosaic” doesn’t disappoint.  Every track is thoughtful, lyrically and musically adept and beautifully sung.  This project definitely reflects the time it took to make it.

This amazing project is produced by Jonathan McReynolds, Malik Underwood and Darryl “Lil Man” Howell, at the helm of a band comprised of some of the best musicians Chicago has to offer–Anders Nordstrom, Benjamin Moore,  Thad Johnson, Cory Wilson, Grandy Wilson and Perry Williams.

Congrats Delagraentiss!  You did it!

Make More Room is Doing Just That

With 12 cities to go, Jonathan McReynolds’ “Make More Room” Tour is almost at the halfway mark.  Each night has been a phenomenal success–from the sellout crowds to the amazing supporting artists, to the official host–Aspire Booking’s own Travele Judon to the impeccable set that Jonathan and his band have put together.  Playing snippets of many of his biggest hits and full versions of the most-loved songs from his latest album, the fans have been literally begging for more.  The set is super energetic, somber when appropriate, and back on “10” at the end when the huge hit “Not Lucky, I’m Loved” is played, with plenty of jumping around on stage and throughout the venues.  In all, the concert tops two hours but there’s never a dull moment.  Openers have included Jason Nelson, Jermaine Dolly and Jonathan Traylor.

We’ve been on the road since March 13, taking a break only for the Stellar Awards on March 29.   The mixture of buses, airports, venues, cold and not so cold weather, little sleep and local food has been an exciting (and exhausting) undertaking for us here, and we are truly enjoying our first national tour!

The “Make More Room Tour” still has stops scheduled in Atlanta, New Orleans, San Antonio, St. Louis, Chicago and more.  Check out the schedule right here on aspirebooking.com or on travelejudon.com

 

Hope to see you in your city soon!