Say hello to Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole, undoubtedly the hardest working woman in the gospel music industry.
Affectionately known as the ‘Rose of Gospel’ – a fitting title for the beauty who, under the guidance of mother Dr. Mattie Moss Clark, sprouted from gospel supergroup The Clark Sisters to now blossom in her own solo career as a frontrunner of the genre. And, with a career spanning four decades, the songstress appears to show no signs of stopping soon.
As Grammy, Stellar, and a host of other awards decorate her shelves, the ‘I’m Still Here’ songstress tells us she still has much uncharted territory to conquer. Sitting down exclusively with That Grape Juice, Cole chats about her dynamic plans for the near future as well her hit television and radio shows, ‘I Survived’ album, and more.
Love Fantasia? Love Jazmine Sullivan? Meet the legend those singers and many like them cite as an inspiration. As always, this is a must read:
Dorinda Clark Cole Shouts Out That Grape Juice!