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Reneé is a graduate of Cass Technical High School in Detroit. She attended Wayne State University and is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Broadcasting. Attending Specs Howard led to her working for Gospel station AM 1340 WMUZ for almost ten years. She also works  independently as a gospel entertainment producer. As a result of her work in gospel, Reneé brings a wealth of knowledge about the national gospel entertainment scene and is grateful and excited about the opportunity to share with the New York Gospel.com community. Reneé's goal is to ultimately produce a christian television show. She considers her work in gospel entertainment as her career and her ministry and prays that God will anoint her to bless many people. Reneé is also active in her church, St. Paul A.M.E. Zion (Dr. Derrick R. Anderson, Pastor), where she sings in the choir and teaches Sunday School. She loves the Lord and thanks God for her Mom and her family and friends who are her prayer partners.
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Bishop Wayne T. & Dr. Beverly Y. Jackson, founders of the The Impact Network, invited the city of Detroit to be present at The Impact Network Dedication & Consecration Service on Sunday, April 10, 2011 @ 7:00 pm. Honored guests and participants included Bishop L.V. Hillard, Bishop Andrew Merritt, Bishop Ben Gibert, Bishop Stanley Williams, Bishop Wiley Jackson, Bishop J. Drew Sheard, and Bishop David Copeland. Musical Guests were CeCe Winans and Preashea Hilliard. CLICK FOR EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS.

On Dec. 30, 2010 through Jan. 2, 2011, playwrights Robert L. Douglas and Johnnie Washington brought the stage play "The Life of Sam" to The Music Hall in Detroit. The play, produced by Johnnie Washington, chronicled the life of legendary soul Singer Sam Cooke. DetroitGospel.com producer, Renee' and staff photographer, Hatten Young were on hand to snap a few photos. Click "Full Story" to view. 

See Renee's exclusive photos from this year's BET Celebration of Gospel.

DetroitGospel.com was in the house for Verizon Wireless's annual "How Sweet the Sound" choir competition Saturday, September 25, 2010, as it made its Detroit stop on the 9-city tour. Read full article for the list of winners, exclusive photos, and to watch the videos of the night's winning performances.

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Congratulations to Atlanta West Pentecostal Church Choir on winning the title of Best Church Choir in America 2009 for their performance at the Verizon Wireless How Sweet The Sound finale in Detroit, Michigan. The Finale was held on Saturday, November 7, 2009, at Joe Louis Arena.  A near capacity crowd was present in Detroit to witness the top church gospel choirs in America competing for a chance to become the best church choir in America.

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On the snowiest day of the year, DetroitGospel.com's Renee' interviewed Not Easily Broken star, Morris Chestnut in Detroit. If the smile on her face is any indication, talking with Morris was worth the trek through the snow. Listen to Renee's exclusive interview (or read the transcript), and find out more about this humble movie star and executive producer of the movie based on T.D. Jakes' book. Not Easily Broken opens in theaters everywhere on JANUARY 9, 2009.

Congratulations to ACME Baptist Church of Chicago, IL. The Voices of ACME Choir won the title of "The Best Choir in America" at the first "How Sweet The Sound" choir competition finale in Atlanta, GA, on Nov. 8, 2008. The event was sponsored by Verizon Wireless and toured eleven cities (including Detroit), selecting the top choirs from each, before winding up in Atlanta for the finale. As the top winner, Voices of ACME took home the top prize of $25,000. Congratulations also goes out to Detroit's winner, Burning Bush International Ministries of Ypsilanti, MI, whose choir came in 2nd overall.

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