The Clark Sisters Concert Tour

The Clark Sisters Concert Tour


The members of gospel music's best-selling female group of all time, Detroit's very own Clark Sisters are back together again to embark on a very special concert tour. The 25-city trek, which kicks off October 4th in Nashville, marks the first time that all four of the talented ladies have come together for a cross-country praise-and-worship celebration in 20 years. Further, this will not only be a chance for fans to experience the trailblazing group's transcendent vocals gifts, but also for fans to join with the Clark Sisters to raise awareness for a very special cause: the battle against HIV and AIDS.

In addition to Nashville, the tour will touch down in Toledo (10/5), Milwaukee (10/6), Oklahoma City (10/9), Phoenix (10/11), Las Vegas (10/12), Hayward, CA (10/13), Seattle (10/14), Memphis (10/19), Atlanta (10/20), Birmingham (10/25), Cincinnati (10/26), Jackson, MS (10/27), Baton Rouge (10/31), Shreveport (11/1), Houston (11/2), Dallas (11/3), Austin (11/4), New York (11/12), Philadelphia (11/15), Baltimore (11/16), Greensboro (11/17) and Dayton (11/18).

This is our chance to share the Gospel and touch the hearts of our many fans through our music ministry, a calling that never ends for us, says the group's Dorinda Clark-Cole, who --like sisters Twinkie Clark, Jacky Clark-Chisolm, and Karen Clark-Sheard --pursued a successful solo recording career in the last two decades. We are so thankful for the opportunity to make music together again and perform.

The tour will coincide with the October 2nd release of the Clark Sisters' CD/DVD Live--One Last Time, which will now be available in a double-disc, limited gift edition. The EMI Gospel release, the group's first in 13 years, was originally released in April and reached Number One on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart. The companion DVD of Live--One Last Time also debuted at Number One on the Billboard Christian Music Video chart. The limited edition version combines the two releases, with added bonus footage.


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