CCCMG: Malissa Redmond
Christian Cultural Center Music Group (CCCMG)
Worship leader, minister, psalmist and recording artist.
is one of the newest rising stars in the gospel industry.
The Brooklyn, NY-native was raised in the Baptist Church where her
passion for music was cultivated through numerous opportunities to sing lead vocals, duets with her
sisters and direct choirs.
In an effort to develop her
accepted the opportunity to be a lead vocalist in a band and starred in two off Broadway plays entitled, â€œFrom Crack to Christâ€ and â€œFeminine Fireâ€ at the Apollo and Lambs Theatres.
Malissa is currently a praise and worship leader at the Christian Cultural Center whose membership is approximately 26,000 and growing.
As an active member of the choirâ€™s traveling team, Malissa
has ministered at â€œAdvent Singâ€ in Vienna, Austria and â€œThe Worlds Sing Gospelâ€ in the Tuscany region of Italy, and in August 2006 she
traveled with the step teams â€œFeminine Fireâ€ and Nubian Gents to Australia.
ministered with recording artists such as; Donnie McClurkin, Don Moen, Ron Kenoly, Joe Pace, Kirk Franklin, Shirley Caesar, CeCe Winans, Fred Hammond, The Mighty Clouds of Joy, Timothy Wright, Kim Burrell, Byron Cage, Percy Bady, Natalie Wilson, Lisa McClendon, Patti Labelle and Ashford & Simpson
opened up for the â€œSisters in the Spiritâ€ tour which included Juanita Bynum, Yolanda Adams, Kelly Price, Sheila E., Martha Munizzi and more.
In addition, Malissa
sang background vocals for Gladys Knight, and Cheryl â€œSaltâ€ James, formerly of the group â€œSalt & Pepa,â€ on Saltâ€™s gospel album that is soon to be released.
has appeared on Trinity Broadcast Network, The Maury Povich Show, The Today Show, Bobby Jones Gospel, Gospel Superfest, Queens Public Television, performed at Lincoln Center for the Noel Pointer Foundation
and Carnegie Hall.
sang a duet with Gary Anglin, a label mate, entitled, â€œIn the Beautyâ€ on his CD â€œGary Anglin & the Voices of CCC.â€
The anticipated release date for her solo album is the spring 2007.