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Urban contemporary gospel and a traditional black gospel recording artist and singer David Daughtry (left) of Los Angeles will headline the Gospel Greats of the Pacific Northwest concert coming Sept. 15 to the Highland Christian Center in northeast Portland. The late Charlotte Marie Brandon (center), a beloved Gospel singer, mother and grandmother from Portland, will be honored posthumously and a special presentation will be made to the Brandon family when the Highland Christian Center hosts its fourth Gospel Greats of the Pacific Northwest Awards and Concert. Honoree Jacqueline Hardy of Seattle will also be featured.

Urban contemporary gospel and a traditional black gospel recording artist and singer David Daughtry (left) of Los Angeles will headline the Gospel Greats of the Pacific Northwest concert coming Sept. 15 to the Highland Christian Center in northeast Portland. The late Charlotte Marie Brandon (center), a beloved Gospel singer, mother and grandmother from Portland, will be honored posthumously and a special presentation will be made to the Brandon family when the Highland Christian Center hosts its fourth Gospel Greats of the Pacific Northwest Awards and Concert. Honoree Jacqueline Hardy of Seattle will also be featured.

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Get ready to hear some of the best Gospel singers of the Pacific Northwest as the Highland Christian Center in northeast Portland prepares to host its fourth Gospel Greats of the Pacific Northwest awards ceremony and concert.