US Contemporary Gospel Artist Heading To Paris, France

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Award-winning singer/songwriter Avery Stafford is scheduled to perform live in concert on December 4, 2009 in Paris, France. This is Stafford’s first European concert performance, and the anticipation of his appearance has already begun to create buzz in both the US and Europe. His independently released album in 2005 entitled Undignified ( received radio airplay and critical acclaim especially from international Gospel radio and Black radio stations. “How Sweet It Is (2b loved by You!)” received medium to heavy rotation from stations in Germany, Great Britain, and The Netherlands to name a few.

A native of California, Stafford is the full time worship pastor for Trinity Church of Sunnyvale, where Dr. Fred Wilson currently serves as Senior Pastor. His more recent accomplishments include winning the Pure Gospo Awards “Best Solo Artist” in 2008. Just last week, he was awarded the Honorable Mention Award from the Billboard World Song Award competition in 2009. Avery is now in the studio recording his sixth album. Producer Eddie M (former saxophonist for Sheila E, Prince, Eric Benet, Karen White, and others) is working with him to take his already acclaimed music to the next level. The new album will include two tracks produced by Avery’s close friend – legendary CCM/R&B artist Jon Gibson. Jon topped the CCM charts nine times at Number One and twenty-two times in the Top 5, including an Album of the Year (

Just Davies headlines the December concert with Avery Stafford as a featured special guest artist. The concert will take place at Temple de Bethel, 26 – 28 rue Arago, Saint-Ouen, Paris, France. For more information about the event, contact The Redeemed Christian Church of God in Paris.

For more info on the music of Avery Stafford, visit the Web at

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