Grammy award winning gospel artist, Kirk Franklin will be honored at the National Museum of African-American Music‘s fourth annual Legends Luncheon this summer.
Franklin will be honored for his extraordinary contributions to the music industry during the special ceremony, which will be held in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Legends Luncheon, which is an offshoot of the museum’s “My Music Matters” campaign, celebrates black artists who have made a significant impact on American musical culture.
Franklin won two Grammy awards this year for Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Performance/Song for his hit single, “God Provides.”
Congrats Kirk Franklin!
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