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Herty Corgie stages successful ‘Overflow Concert’ in Maryland

Herty Corgie performing at the 'Overflow Concert'

Herty Corgie’s much anticipated ‘Overflow Concert’ has been staged at the Grace 2 Grace Centre in the US on June 2. The Christian music event at 7911 Braygreen Road, Laurel MD 20707 drew in gospel music notables including J.J Hairston, Emmanuel Smith, Esinu and Obenewa.

In what some have described as the worship experience of the year, the concert was chiefly about expressing love for God and acknowledging his Supremeness.

It helped that Herty Corgie who is recording gospel artiste had offered ‘Glory’, a tune also edifying God fewweeks prior and when she delivered it, it was a spirit-filled moment.   

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The ‘Overflow Concert’ focuses on youth empowerment through worship and praise. It is produced by Herty Corgie Music and Music Magnate, supported by the Royalhouse Chapel (Grace2Grace Centre) in Maryland, USA.

The worshipper and philanthropist is looking to greater things both at her US current base and her home region of Ghana regarding ministry work, philanthropic work and music offering.

At the June 2 event, Herty’s new singles were recorded live. Fans can get connected on social media platforms @iamhertycorgie to first know the dates for the release of the 2 songs when they get released on DVD.

Herty Corgie with team
Herty Corgie with Guest artistes who performed

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Herty Corgie In Philanthropy

Herty Corgie made a donation to the Dzorwulu Special School on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. The donation was to lend support to government-run facility which caters to the needs of students with special needs.

It is on her recent visit that she opted to lend a helping hand to the Dzorwulu Special School based in Dzorwulu where she resided while in Ghana.

Items presented to the school include packs of fizzy drinks, gallons of cooking oil, bags of rice, bags of sachet water, detergents, toilet papers, cartons of canned tomatoes, canned fish and a few other items.

Story by Michael Eli Dokosi

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