Rev. Dan Willis & The Pentecostals of Chicago
The Pentecostals of Chicago (POC) have been under the direction of Rev. Dan Willis since their inception in 1990. Rev. Willis is the founder and senior pastor of Lighthouse Apostolic Church in Oak Lawn, Illinois. POC's ministry is one of racial harmony and spiritual unity. The Chicago based choir has over 100 voices with members from the Asian, Hispanic, Caucasian and African-American ethnic groups, but their sound is pure gospel.
Rev. Dan Willis and the Pentecostals of Chicago burst onto the gospel scene in 1991 with the release of "Bridging The Gap." In 1992/1993 they released their sophomore project, "Here's Where Broken Hearts Go." Then they took the industry by storm with their third project "Stand," which featured Grammy Award winning writer Carliss Moody as author of the title cut. The choir performed "Stand" in such unique venues as the O'Hare Airport, reaching various denominations and cultures. Rev. Willis and POC did not stop there. They won the heart of Jamaica and recorded their fourth release in Kingston entitled, "Live In Kingston, Jamaica."
Rev. Dan Willis & POC are back with their fifth release on the Tyscot recording label. This project was recorded live in London, England and is appropriately entitled, "Songs From The UK." Songs like "There Is A God" are geared toward the unbelievers while "Breakthrough" is a song for the saints.
David Carney - Business and Booking Manager for The Pentecostals of Chicago
Rev. Dan Willis & P.O.C. "Here's Where Broken Hearts Go"
Rev. Dan Willis & P.O.C. "Stand Rev. Dan Willis & P.O.C. "Live In Kingston, Jamaica"
Rev. Dan Willis & P.O.C. "Songs From The UK"
Dr. Leonard S. Scott & Garment Of Praise "Volume 1"
Top 20 Gospel "Through The Refiner's Fire"
Various Artists "Christmas Is..."