Well it came, we saw, it lashed…. funny to be doing a blog on myself but hey here we go, So we returned to our favourite south London venue, The Hideaway to create more memories and we certainly did. The agenda was to celebrate 25 years of Idmc gospel choir, to take songs from 8 albums and create a musical journey and share the history of IDMC since it’s conception in 1994 up till now. Helping me were 2 choirs, a reunited
You may not believe it but IDMC Gospel Choir celebrates its 25th anniversary on the 26th February 2019 and are planning a year of fantastic events, special moments, trips abroad, concerts and exclusive productions and promotions for friends and fans of their music. To get the proceedings going, the first major event is a return to the Hideaway Jazz Club for a night full of music from IDMC's extensive catalogue, coupled with a reunion of past members, this is a night not
An absolutely HUGE fund raising concert has been organised by comic M.C. and gospel personality Anthony 'pass the mic' King and Patrick Medley aka Bishop Shacklefoot on Friday 15th February 2019 in aid of John Fisher and his work with IDMC Gospel Choir and the children's music and arts initiative, We Sing U Sing. As you would have read in last months news update, John suffered a massive blow at the start of the new year with all his business possessions being
Did someone say Gospel Choir of the year!!! Yes, Yes, Yaaaassss! The rumours are true! IDMC had the pleasure of taking receipt of the Premier Gospel Radio award for Choir of the Year 2018 at what was only the third Premier Gospel Awards ceremony. The star-studded event took place at the new flagship venue in Croydon - Trinity Baptist Church, Oasis House, where anticipations and expectations were running high. The explosively labelled ceremony brought out some of the biggest names in the UK Gospel
SHOWTIME! After weeks in the planning, the evening that marked 24 years of the journey of IDMC Gospel Choir had finally arrived! Soooo, lets have a tiny bit o' history then, because stage was re-set at NTCG Brixton Community Church, where IDMC’s journey had started 24 years previously in February 1994 and the choir had released their first album ‘Prove Me’ ! FACT TIME! Ever wondered what the letters IDMC actually stand for?