Nationally known gospel recording artists Dorinda Clark-Cole and Evelyn Turrentine-Agee will appear in the Women Who Win concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at New Community Church, 321 N. Birch St., at Pine Bluff.


Singers will also include Tallie Rogers and Revived of Little Rock. The Rev. Julius and Brayonna McDade, the pastor and wife of New Direction Baptist Church, are the hosts, according to a news release.


Three time Grammy award winner Dorinda Clark Cole is the second from the youngest of The Clark Sisters, according to http://www.ladydorindaclarkcole.net/dorinda.html.


“Dorinda attributes her fiery, convicting singing style to her mother, Dr. Mattie Moss-Clark, who saw the gift of singing and preaching in her at an early age,” according to the website.


“Dorinda has been evangelizing and juggling hundreds of speaking engagements annually for over 20 years, along with her singing career and being a wife and mother. She ministers nationally as well as internationally,” according to the website.


She has been a cast member of the reality series on Oxygen TV Network, The Preachers of Detroit and the WORD Network’s “Dorinda Clark-Cole Show. She’s also hosted the syndicated, Dorinda Clark Cole Radio Show produced and distributed by the Rejoice! MSF Network, according to https://www.musicalsoulfood.com/dorinda-clark-cole.html .


Turrentine-Agee is a lifelong performer and charting gospel vocalist, according to https://www.allmusic.com/artist/evelyn-turrentine-agee-mn0000788861/biography.


Her major-label solo debut, titled In God’s Own Time was released by A&M Records in 1992. It hit the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart. God Did It! followed in 2000, and in 2002 she released the concert video Live in Detroit as well as the live album Testimony: God Did It Live, according to the website.


Turrentine-Agee was the third child in an 18 sibling household. She started singing on stage at the age of three because her father was in a quartet, and later they formed a family gospel girl group, The Tylerettes. She graduated high school by 17, and this enabled her to make her first record, according to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evelyn_Turrentine-Agee.


The March 16 concert tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door and $35 for VIP. Tickets are available at http://bit.ly/www-presale.