The Adae Kesie Hall of the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel was super lit on Friday 21st September 2018 as Calvis Hammond launched his maiden album 'God is Able' at his annual concert 'Calvis Hammond Live'.
The concert was characterized by an uninterrupted flow of music from Calvis Hammond, backed by Jerbette Productions, as well as the guest artistes on the bill, Kofi Dua Anto ( KODA), Cwesi Oteng, Jacqueline Mpare and Toks Nnamani from Nigeria. There were also features by Musell Mensah, Rejoice Otchere and David Song.
The album launch was the culmination of the release of several singles from the album ahead of the launch. The contemporary Gospel Artiste treated patrons to a selection of songs from his 'God is Able' album including Lala Hee, Franco Jam and No Rock Like Our God.
Gracing the occasion were fellow gospel artistes Joe Mettle, Nii Okai, Jeshurun Okyere and Rev Elliot Lamptey. Altogether the very lively audience created a contagiously cheery atmosphere for the concert with patrons unwilling to leave long after the concert was over.
The 9-track Gospel album has a blend of genres, covering contemporary RnB, African jazz and praise, and is available on iTunes, Aftown and all digital music stores. The CDs are also available at
https://booknook.store/product/god-is-able/ for delivery.
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