By the invitation of Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee on Tuesday February 26th, in Houston, TX, The Museum of Fine Arts,in association KTSU, Gospel Music Heritage Foundation and Tyscot will host a special screening of the film documentary Music Majors: The Rance Allen Group hosted by Yolanda Adams.
The Legendary Rance Allen Group has impacted the careers and lives of many artists in the music industry with their music style and hearts of gold.
Recently, the group shared personal moments of their family history and musical journey in their new documentary, “Music Majors: The Rance Allen Group”. So far, the group has received a great response from fans and supporters across the country.
Now fans in Houston, TX area will have the FIRST opportunity to host a LIVE screening of this groundbreaking documentary and the opportunity to meet and talk with the living Legend Bishop Rance Allen.
The screening will take place at The Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet StreetHouston, TX77005 and doors will open at 5:30pm and admission is free.
Immediately following the screening, fans will have the opportunity to chat with the Bishop Rance Allen during a special Q&A panel discussion. The panel will also include, Yolanda Adams, Songwriter V. Michael McKay, Charles Hudson from KTSU-FM, Carl Davis of Gospel Music Heritage Foundation and Tyscot Records A&R Director, Sidney L. Scott
For More Info on The Museum of Fine Arts Music Majors screening visit: http://www.mfah.org/films/music-majors-rance-allen-group/
Music Majors: The Rance Allen Group, chronicles the life of Rance, Tom and Steve Allen from their early days in Monroe, OH to becoming Grammy Award nominees and performing on BET’s Celebration of Gospel. Music Majors features rare interviews with Kirk Franklin, James Fortune, Isaac Caree, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Keith Wonderboy Johnson, Shirley Murdock, Paul Porter and more.