Donald Lawrence Net Worth and Wiki

January 1, 2020

Donald Lawrence Net Worth

How Much money Donald Lawrence has? For this question we spent 22 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $1 Million.



Donald Lawrence information Birth date: May 4, 1961 Birth place: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States Profession:Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer, Actor, Conductor Education:University of Cincinnati – College-Conservatory of Music Nationality:United States of AmericaAwards:Grammy Award for Best Traditional Gospel AlbumAlbums:Bible Stories, Finalé Act Two, Finalé Act One

Height, Weight

:How tall is Donald Lawrence – 1,65m.
How much weight is Donald Lawrence – 76kg


Donald Lawrence Net Worth
Donald Lawrence Net Worth
Donald Lawrence Net Worth
Donald Lawrence Net Worth


Donald Lawrence is an American gospel music songwriter, record producer and artist.
Biography,Early musical careerLawrence took on The Tri-City Singers after a friend vacated his position as musical director. (NOTE: The three cities that The Tri-City Singers come from are Spartanburg, SC, Gastonia, NC, and Charlotte, NC.) The group debuted in 1993 with A Songwriters Point Of View on a then-brand-new independent record label called GospoCentric Records. The set debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top Gospel Charts. The groups follow-up release Bible Stories would top those same charts when it arrived in 1995. It was the first to be billed as Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers and featured black church-ubiquitous hits such as A Message For The Saints, I Am God and Stranger. The album was released on Lawrences newly minted label Crystal Rose Records which was distributed through Sparrow Records.In 1997, Donald Lawrence produced the live portion of Karen Clark Sheards Grammy-nominated Finally Karen debut. Lawrence & Tri-City also released the seasonal Hello Christmas the same year. Later, Lawrence signed a contract with the Island Records imprint Island Inspirational. Though a live recording did take place for release, the album never materialized.In 2000, Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers signed to EMI Gospel. To promote the new album, a maxi CD of the lead single Testify to the mainstream. House remixes by Junior Vasquez sent the song to #33 on Billboards Mainstream Dance Charts. When was finally released in late summer 2000, the set peaked at #2 on Billboards Top Gospel Charts and #13 on Billboards Heatseekers Charts. The album also got a profile boost from the all-star standout Gods Favor, featuring vocal turns from Karen Clark Sheard, Kim Burrell, and Kelly Price.Lawrence waited almost two years before delivering the follow-up Go Get Your Life Back in early 2002. The Best Is Yet to Come (Donald Lawrence song), a song sonically much in the vein of the previous smash Testify, was chosen as the albums lead single. This release featured guest appearances from Ann Nesby (formerly of Sounds of Blackness) and gospel pioneer Bishop Walter Hawkins. The momentum continued with the 2003 release of Restoring The Years, a greatest hits album featuring two new songs.The next album would mark a fresh start for Donald Lawrence. I Speak Life was his first solo album, the debut for his newly inked recording contract with Verity Records, and also the first release under his new sublabel Quiet Water Entertainment. Though the album was without The Tri-City Singers, guest appearances were plenteous. Donnie McClurkin, Hezekiah Walker, Faith Evans, Richard Smallwood, and Carl Thomas all contributed to the album. Even jazz notables Ramsey Lewis and Lalah Hathaway were on hand for a remake of the Bible Stories classic Dont Forget To Remember. The effort earned Lawrence a total of 7 Stellar Award nominations, and 6 wins.In March 2006, The Tri-City Singers announced that they would retire, but not before one last live recording. Finale: Act One and Finale: Act Two were released simultaneously on April 4, 2006. Each release was a CD/DVD set that chronicled the audio and video of one half of the concert, with packages that locked into one another respectively. A special edition of Finale was later released with both CDs and DVDs. The blowout concert included guest appearances from Bishop Walter Hawkins, Karen Clark Sheard, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Daryl Coley, LaShun Pace, Darwin Hobbs, and many other gospel luminaries. The albums lead single The Blessing Of Abraham was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance in December 2006. His sophomore solo album, The Law of Confession Part I was released in February 2009. Donald said in an interview that The Law of Confession, Part II will be released soon, but hes focusing on other projects.Donald Lawrence was featured on the title track Released by Bill Winston presents Living Word. He is also the host of Verizons How Sweet The Sound Choir Competition.DiscographyAlbumsA Songwriters Point Of View (The Tri-City Singers) (GospoCentric, 1993) (US Gospel #2)Bible Stories (Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers) (Crystal Rose, 1995) (US Gospel #1, CCM #10)Hello Christmas(Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers) (Star Song, 1997) (US Gospel #7) (The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2000) (US Gospel #2, Heatseekers #13)Go Get Your Life Back (Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2002) (US Gospel #4)The Best of Donald Lawrence & the Tri-City Singers: Restoring the Years (EMI Gospel, 2003) (US Gospel #21)I Speak Life (Donald Lawrence & Co.) (QWE/Verity, 2004) (US Gospel #2)Finale: Act One (Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2006) (US Gospel #4)Finale: Act Two (Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2006) (US Gospel #5)The Law of Confession, Part I(Donald Lawrence & Co.) (Zomba/Verity Records, 2009) (US #72, US Gospel #2)YRM (Your Righteous Mind)(Donald Lawrence & Co.) (Zomba/Verity Records, 2011) (US #41, US Gospel #1)20 Year Celebration, Vol. 1: Best for Last (Donald Lawrence & The Tri-City Singers) (eOne, 2013) (US Gospel #1)SinglesDont Give Up with Kirk Franklin, Hezekiah Walker, and Karen Clark Sheard (Island, 1996)Testify (Remixes) (The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2001)Never Seen The Righteous (The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2002)The Best Is Yet To Come (The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2002)The Blessing Of Abraham (The Tri-City Singers) (EMI Gospel, 2006) (Billboard #97 R&B)Back II Eden (Donald Lawrence & Co.) (Zomba/Verity Records, 2009)YRM (Your Righteous Mind (Donald Lawrence & Co.) (Zomba/Verity Records, 2010)Spiritual (Donald Lawrence & Co.) (Zomba/Verity Records, 2011)The Gift (Donald Lawrence & Co.) (eOne Music, 2013)AwardsStellar Awards 2006Artist of the Year for I Speak LifeCD of the Year for I Speak LifeProducer of the Year for I Speak LifeGroup/Duo of the Year for I Speak LifeContemporary Group/Duo of the Year for I Speak LifeContemporary CD of the Year for I Speak LifeStellar Awards 2007Artist of the Year for Finale: Act OneChoir of the Year for Finale: Act OneProducer of the Year for Finale: Act OneContemporary CD of the Year for Finale: Act OneContemporary Choir of the Year for Finale: Act OneSpecial Event CD of the Year for Finale: Act OneMusic Video of the Year for Finale: Act OneStellar Awards 2008Producer of the Year for The Clark Sister – Live! One Last Time22nd Annual Stellar Award Winners (2007). Retrieved 2007-01-14.


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