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Birthname: Dorinda Grace Clark
Nationality: American
Born: Oct 19 1957


Biography

Armed with a remarkable legacy and a powerful musical gift, Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole has built an iconic career in music and ministry. Having amassed three Grammy® Awards and six Stellar Gospel Music Awards, Dorinda is walking into her fifth full-length solo album with renewed grace and faith-fueled confidence tested by enduring seemingly insurmountable odds.

LIVING IT is her second release on Light Records and the three-time Grammy® Award winning singer, ground-breaking evangelist and entertainment pioneer soars to new creative and thematic heights on this project. “My world is finally ... Read more

Armed with a remarkable legacy and a powerful musical gift, Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole has built an iconic career in music and ministry. Having amassed three Grammy® Awards and six Stellar Gospel Music Awards, Dorinda is walking into her fifth full-length solo album with renewed grace and faith-fueled confidence tested by enduring seemingly insurmountable odds.

LIVING IT is her second release on Light Records and the three-time Grammy® Award winning singer, ground-breaking evangelist and entertainment pioneer soars to new creative and thematic heights on this project. “My world is finally coming to where I need it to be. I feel comfortable about my career and excited about the journey I am on now,” says Cole. LIVING IT is the culmination of this dynamic legend’s testimony and message, firing up listeners’ faith with an immersive spiritual and sonic experience.

The purpose and calling on Dorinda’s life show up boldly on this album. Her faith is firm and resolute as never before, and she embraces her calling with a striking new creative path and sound. While Dorinda has always cast her cares on the One above, it was not until experiencing the recent scare of possibly losing her home to foreclosure that she really came to understand the true power of her faith and what it really means to walk with God. Indeed, LIVING IT embodies what Dorinda Clark Cole has lived through. “God came through for me,” she says. “Every song you hear [on Living It] is definitely about this journey. I never knew what faith really was…I preach about faith, I tell people about it, but I never really knew what faith was until this journey. For over 25 years, I’ve said ‘as you go through trials, each trial gets harder. You have to go through the test, to have a testimony; you have to go through the mess, to have a message.’ If I never knew this to be true for myself, I absolutely know it now.”

Bold, inspiring, and powerful, LIVING IT is a tour-de-force for this vocal powerhouse. The album is an 11-track experience that boasts big gospel chords, the stratospheric singing that the The Clark Sisters and Dorinda Clark Cole are known for, and fresh, up-tempo grooves that are infectious as Dorinda’s energetic and motivating personality. Songs such as “The Name,” “Antidote,” “Use Me,” “He Still Loves Me,” and “Win”, and of course the lead singles “You Are” and “Bless This House,” reflect Dorinda’s journey to a transcendent new understanding in faith.

“You Are,” co-written by Dorinda, Deon Kipping, Daniel Weatherspoon, Joe “Flip” Wilson and Courtney Harrell, is the album’s Billboard Top 20 first single. The song was inspired by a young woman at Dorinda’s church who declared that Dorinda was her personal inspiration. Touched by the sentiment, Dorinda quickly began to pen the up-tempo praise jam in total admiration and thankfulness to God. She proclaims: “God, if you were not my inspiration, I could not inspire others. You are my inspiration, the reason I live.”

The title track “Living It,” co-written by Dorinda, Courtney Harrell, Shanika Deshun Bereal, and Rick Robinson, is stripped down to simply vocals and piano chords as Dorinda’s celebrated vocals are deftly delivered with intensity, repentance and gratitude. Birthed during Dorinda’s inaugural writer’s colony experience in 2013, the song is one of Dorinda’s favorites. “The words of the song actually bring you into this place with God,” she says. “It’s just me and God. He’s walking with me, like the poem “Footprints in the Sand.” He’s taking me on this journey by myself. He tells me ‘I’ve been always with you, and I will never leave you’. To know that, now I am actually living it.”

“Bless This House,” the second single, which was also co-written by Dorinda, is a soul stirring and bluesy song that belongs in the church hymnal, to be sung every Sunday morning during praise & worship. Dorinda acknowledges that, particularly because of her traveling ministry, she too is in need of covering. “I almost lost my house. My house caught on fire. Yet, I am still ministering. So, the song is saying, as I travel, Lord, bless this house, as I bless you. As I help someone else out of what they’re going through bless my house, as I bless you. As I go to prisons to minister to women who might not ever have a chance to get out, or as I go to those who are sick or shut in, Lord bless this house, as I bless you. I’m doing the work so, Lord, please bless my children. I need you to bless my house.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Armed with a remarkable legacy and a powerful musical gift, Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole has built an iconic career in music and ministry. Having amassed three Grammy® Awards and six Stellar Gospel Music Awards, Dorinda is walking into her fifth full-length solo album with renewed grace and faith-fueled confidence tested by enduring seemingly insurmountable odds.

LIVING IT is her second release on Light Records and the three-time Grammy® Award winning singer, ground-breaking evangelist and entertainment pioneer soars to new creative and thematic heights on this project. “My world is finally coming to where I need it to be. I feel comfortable about my career and excited about the journey I am on now,” says Cole. LIVING IT is the culmination of this dynamic legend’s testimony and message, firing up listeners’ faith with an immersive spiritual and sonic experience.

The purpose and calling on Dorinda’s life show up boldly on this album. Her faith is firm and resolute as never before, and she embraces her calling with a striking new creative path and sound. While Dorinda has always cast her cares on the One above, it was not until experiencing the recent scare of possibly losing her home to foreclosure that she really came to understand the true power of her faith and what it really means to walk with God. Indeed, LIVING IT embodies what Dorinda Clark Cole has lived through. “God came through for me,” she says. “Every song you hear [on Living It] is definitely about this journey. I never knew what faith really was…I preach about faith, I tell people about it, but I never really knew what faith was until this journey. For over 25 years, I’ve said ‘as you go through trials, each trial gets harder. You have to go through the test, to have a testimony; you have to go through the mess, to have a message.’ If I never knew this to be true for myself, I absolutely know it now.”

Bold, inspiring, and powerful, LIVING IT is a tour-de-force for this vocal powerhouse. The album is an 11-track experience that boasts big gospel chords, the stratospheric singing that the The Clark Sisters and Dorinda Clark Cole are known for, and fresh, up-tempo grooves that are infectious as Dorinda’s energetic and motivating personality. Songs such as “The Name,” “Antidote,” “Use Me,” “He Still Loves Me,” and “Win”, and of course the lead singles “You Are” and “Bless This House,” reflect Dorinda’s journey to a transcendent new understanding in faith.

“You Are,” co-written by Dorinda, Deon Kipping, Daniel Weatherspoon, Joe “Flip” Wilson and Courtney Harrell, is the album’s Billboard Top 20 first single. The song was inspired by a young woman at Dorinda’s church who declared that Dorinda was her personal inspiration. Touched by the sentiment, Dorinda quickly began to pen the up-tempo praise jam in total admiration and thankfulness to God. She proclaims: “God, if you were not my inspiration, I could not inspire others. You are my inspiration, the reason I live.”

The title track “Living It,” co-written by Dorinda, Courtney Harrell, Shanika Deshun Bereal, and Rick Robinson, is stripped down to simply vocals and piano chords as Dorinda’s celebrated vocals are deftly delivered with intensity, repentance and gratitude. Birthed during Dorinda’s inaugural writer’s colony experience in 2013, the song is one of Dorinda’s favorites. “The words of the song actually bring you into this place with God,” she says. “It’s just me and God. He’s walking with me, like the poem “Footprints in the Sand.” He’s taking me on this journey by myself. He tells me ‘I’ve been always with you, and I will never leave you’. To know that, now I am actually living it.”

“Bless This House,” the second single, which was also co-written by Dorinda, is a soul stirring and bluesy song that belongs in the church hymnal, to be sung every Sunday morning during praise & worship. Dorinda acknowledges that, particularly because of her traveling ministry, she too is in need of covering. “I almost lost my house. My house caught on fire. Yet, I am still ministering. So, the song is saying, as I travel, Lord, bless this house, as I bless you. As I help someone else out of what they’re going through bless my house, as I bless you. As I go to prisons to minister to women who might not ever have a chance to get out, or as I go to those who are sick or shut in, Lord bless this house, as I bless you. I’m doing the work so, Lord, please bless my children. I need you to bless my house.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Armed with a remarkable legacy and a powerful musical gift, Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole has built an iconic career in music and ministry. Having amassed three Grammy® Awards and six Stellar Gospel Music Awards, Dorinda is walking into her fifth full-length solo album with renewed grace and faith-fueled confidence tested by enduring seemingly insurmountable odds.

LIVING IT is her second release on Light Records and the three-time Grammy® Award winning singer, ground-breaking evangelist and entertainment pioneer soars to new creative and thematic heights on this project. “My world is finally coming to where I need it to be. I feel comfortable about my career and excited about the journey I am on now,” says Cole. LIVING IT is the culmination of this dynamic legend’s testimony and message, firing up listeners’ faith with an immersive spiritual and sonic experience.

The purpose and calling on Dorinda’s life show up boldly on this album. Her faith is firm and resolute as never before, and she embraces her calling with a striking new creative path and sound. While Dorinda has always cast her cares on the One above, it was not until experiencing the recent scare of possibly losing her home to foreclosure that she really came to understand the true power of her faith and what it really means to walk with God. Indeed, LIVING IT embodies what Dorinda Clark Cole has lived through. “God came through for me,” she says. “Every song you hear [on Living It] is definitely about this journey. I never knew what faith really was…I preach about faith, I tell people about it, but I never really knew what faith was until this journey. For over 25 years, I’ve said ‘as you go through trials, each trial gets harder. You have to go through the test, to have a testimony; you have to go through the mess, to have a message.’ If I never knew this to be true for myself, I absolutely know it now.”

Bold, inspiring, and powerful, LIVING IT is a tour-de-force for this vocal powerhouse. The album is an 11-track experience that boasts big gospel chords, the stratospheric singing that the The Clark Sisters and Dorinda Clark Cole are known for, and fresh, up-tempo grooves that are infectious as Dorinda’s energetic and motivating personality. Songs such as “The Name,” “Antidote,” “Use Me,” “He Still Loves Me,” and “Win”, and of course the lead singles “You Are” and “Bless This House,” reflect Dorinda’s journey to a transcendent new understanding in faith.

“You Are,” co-written by Dorinda, Deon Kipping, Daniel Weatherspoon, Joe “Flip” Wilson and Courtney Harrell, is the album’s Billboard Top 20 first single. The song was inspired by a young woman at Dorinda’s church who declared that Dorinda was her personal inspiration. Touched by the sentiment, Dorinda quickly began to pen the up-tempo praise jam in total admiration and thankfulness to God. She proclaims: “God, if you were not my inspiration, I could not inspire others. You are my inspiration, the reason I live.”

The title track “Living It,” co-written by Dorinda, Courtney Harrell, Shanika Deshun Bereal, and Rick Robinson, is stripped down to simply vocals and piano chords as Dorinda’s celebrated vocals are deftly delivered with intensity, repentance and gratitude. Birthed during Dorinda’s inaugural writer’s colony experience in 2013, the song is one of Dorinda’s favorites. “The words of the song actually bring you into this place with God,” she says. “It’s just me and God. He’s walking with me, like the poem “Footprints in the Sand.” He’s taking me on this journey by myself. He tells me ‘I’ve been always with you, and I will never leave you’. To know that, now I am actually living it.”

“Bless This House,” the second single, which was also co-written by Dorinda, is a soul stirring and bluesy song that belongs in the church hymnal, to be sung every Sunday morning during praise & worship. Dorinda acknowledges that, particularly because of her traveling ministry, she too is in need of covering. “I almost lost my house. My house caught on fire. Yet, I am still ministering. So, the song is saying, as I travel, Lord, bless this house, as I bless you. As I help someone else out of what they’re going through bless my house, as I bless you. As I go to prisons to minister to women who might not ever have a chance to get out, or as I go to those who are sick or shut in, Lord bless this house, as I bless you. I’m doing the work so, Lord, please bless my children. I need you to bless my house.”

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