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Gospel artist to debut new album in concert

Posted on April 30, 2021

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Tevis Harris, shown here in a publicity photo, and his recording group faVor will premiere their new album, “Keep Winning,” in a June 4 concert at Rise Church in Rocky Mount.

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Tevis Harris, shown here in a publicity photo, and his recording group faVor will premiere their new album, “Keep Winning,” in a June 4 concert at Rise Church in Rocky Mount.

ROCKY MOUNT — Gospel musician, independent recording artist and school administrator Tevis Harris and recording group faVor, whose members include his family and friends, will debut their forthcoming album, “Keep Winning,” in a concert planned for 7 p.m. June 4 at Rise Church, 3520 Bishop Road.

General admission is $20, with VIP seating available for $40. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.com.

Tevis Harris and faVor’s new single “Begin Again,” featuring Wanda Barnes, was featured on the Lonnie Hunter Morning Show as the @GetItDone Guest/Song of the Week. The group and song were also featured on Inspiration 1390, on New Music Friday and on the Willie Mae McIver, Beyond the Praise and Liz Black syndicated radio shows, along with other internet and streaming venues and the Stellar Award-winning All Nations Radio.

“...’Begin Again’ starts out with a serenity perfectly mirrored by Harris’ vocals before building into an uplifting triumph that is nothing short of awesome,” Radio Airplay reviewer and touring guitarist and instrumentalist Zachery Larson said.

This is Tevis Harris and faVor’s first live concert appearance. The group will debut many of the songs from the “Keep Winning” album scheduled to release on all digital platforms June 5.

Harris said a portion of concert proceeds will be donated to Mauranda’s Heart, a local charity that connects children with mentors who serve in parental roles where needed.

Harris describes “Keep Winning” as “a diverse compilation of praise and worship, traditional, contemporary and urban music” that is “sure to stir your soul, uplift your spirit and encourage your heart.”

For booking information, visit www.tevisharris.com/bookings or call Saunta Albritton at 252-316-2560.

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