South By Southwest (SXSW) is the largest festivals that contains music, film and interactive festival in Texas and Stellar Award winning nationally syndicated radio show host of Inside Gospel Frankie Wilson will host Inside Gospel LIVE on March 14 at 7 p.m. at the George W. Carver Museum, 1165 Angelina St. Austin, TX 78702 for free.
It wasn’t until 2010 that SXSW allowed a Christian based platform at its then, 30 year old festival for its more than 26,000 attendees to enjoy. And this year Wilson is pulling out all of the stops on one of the only two stages for Christian music with Inside Gospel LIVE 2014 at SXSW.
“The show is made to purposely challenge all extensions of the church to reflect the 'true church' and all of its diversity in an effort to capture the hearts of all people and not just a segment of them,” says Frankie C. Wilson Jr.
Wilson reached out and created an all-star group of performers from all areas of Christian music. His performers range from Christian rap/hip hop to Christian rock. So no one will feel left out as they praise and worship the Lord at this mega festival. Attendees will enjoy performances from Sean C. Johnson, Ethan Kent, Norris J., Bishop Ridge, Cym Hughes & The God Phaktorr, GF Soldier, Forever Radical Edifying and Exalting (F.R.E.E.), SuperNova Remnant, and The Clevelands.
Dallas based Inside Gospel has been branded as one of the most exciting experiences in Christian radio and when Wilson received the invite to host Inside Gospel LIVE at SXSW, he wanted to create a platform where attendees and performers could celebrate the best in music and ministry. Inside Gospel LIVE at SXSW is about sharing a lifestyle that's relevant and exciting. It's life through art! Music, spoken-word poetry, ministry and more!
“Inside Gospel LIVE will give us a chance to bring the radio show to life and actually touch our listeners. It should make for a much more effective tool to relay our message of the relevance of God's Word towards everyone regardless of their background or walk of life. It's real music and real ministry,” Frankie C. Wilson Jr.