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  • Brandon Harley


A beacon of inspiration during the biggest week in sports for nearly a quarter century, the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration is now known as the "Super Bowl Soulful Celebration." A cherished tradition during the lead-up to the Super Bowl, this event seamlessly intertwined faith, music, and football, and was founded by Atlanta-based marketing executive Melanie Few. With its extraordinary performances and uplifting messages, it stands out as the only NFL-sanctioned multicultural program during Super Bowl week.

When asked about the opportunity to host Burleson stated: "As a former NFL player, I've witnessed firsthand how coming together and finding inspiration impacts not just the game but life beyond the field. Now, stepping into the role of hosting 'The Best of Super Bowl Gospel Celebration,' we're diving back into twenty-five years of heartwarming memories," shared Burleson.

With this special "Best Of" TV event, renowned artists from the past bring the magic back. In addition to soulful renditions by Gladys Knight, Kirk Franklin, and Fantasia, the spirited collaboration of Snoop Dogg, the late Rance Allen, and The Clark Sisters takes the audience on a trip down memory lane. Doug E. Fresh, Donnie McClurkin, Kierra Sheard Kelly, The Player's Choir featuring Jekalyn Carr and Ben Tankard lift viewers, while Yolanda Adams and Le'Andria Johnson create an emotional crescendo. With their powerful blend of rap and soul, Lecrae and Koryn Hawthorn captivate the audience, while the legendary gospel supergroup Commissioned, featuring Marvin Sapp and Fred Hammond, promises to be one of the highlights of the night. The performances are steppingstones on a journey of musical excellence and spiritual awakening.

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