On Saturday, February 8, 2020, Montreal’s longest-running gospel radio show – Mind Soul & Spirit – will celebrate its 30th anniversary on CKUT 90.3FM with a blockbuster gospel concert, as part of Montreal’s Black History Month Calendar of Events.
The anniversary celebration will feature many of Montreal’s most beloved gospel artists, including Audrey DuBois Harris and Jean Jean, The Fitz-Patrick Sisters, Priscilla Findlay and many more. The night will be highlighted by a special guest appearance by New York City’s dynamic chorale, Vincent Bohanan & The Sound Of Victory. Hosting the momentous occasion will be American actor and comedian, Barry Brewer, Jr.
The Mind Soul & Spirit 30th Anniversary Celebration Concert is a benefit event, with a portion of the proceeds going towards CKUT 90.3FM, a non-profit, community-based radio station located on the McGill University campus. As part of its unique mandate as a community-based radio station, CKUT 90.3FM serves a variety of cultural communities with alternative music, marginal news and exclusive programming underrepresented in mainstream media.
Mind Soul & Spirit is a Gospel music show on CKUT 90.3FM that provides an open forum for local artists to showcase their recorded music and highlights Montreal-based concerts and events. In addition, the 3-hour radio program spotlights music and artists from across Canada, North America and around the globe.
Mind, Soul & Spirit is a popular, award-winning radio show, receiving 2 Sounds Of Blackness Awards (SOBA) for Best Montreal Community Radio Show, 1 Glass Award for Best Gospel radio show in Canada and, in 2018, it received 2 nominations for Best Community Radio Host in Quebec (Christopher Heron / Jennifer Belot) by Gala Dynastie.