Grown & Gospel will debut on We TV on Thursday, March 16, 2023, at 9 p.m. ET. The program will consist of six segments, with fresh installments released every Thursday. Every Monday, the show is also available on AMC’s streaming app, ALLBLK. BreeAnn Hammond, the daughter of multi-award-winning gospel vocalist Fred Hammond, will be the competitor. BreeAnn Hammond and her father have performed on stage together on several occasions. This obviously shows their affinity.
Being the daughter of Fred Hammond, however, comes with some obligations. As a consequence, she is now participating in Grown & Gospel, which she sees as a new chance to establish herself and display her abilities. Tasha Page-Lockhart, an R&B and urban modern gospel performer and guitarist, will also perform, as will pop singer and composer Elijah Connor, J. Brooks, Dorinda Clark Cole’s daughter Nikkia Cole-Beach, and Shan Wilson-Williams.
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BreeAnn Hammond aspires to become well-known through Grown & Gospel.
BreeAnn Hammond is the daughter of Fred Hammond and Kim Hammond, his ex-wife. Her parents separated when she was 16 years old, after 18 years of marriage. She is also recognized for her efforts on I Will Trust (2014) and Paltrocast with Darren Paltrowitz, in addition to Grown and Gospel (2023). (2020). Furthermore, her Instagram following surpasses ten thousand people.
The Festival of Praise tour is the most unforgettable performance for fans among the times the father-daughter pair shared a platform displaying their music. Breeann “Bree” Hammond abandoned the preaching business in the past, but it appears she has returned with a fresh mindset and a desire to establish herself. BreeAnn Hammond’s participation in the program enables her to demonstrate her talent as a choir vocalist. As a result, she was highlighted in the series’ debut show addressing her work and uncertainty:
“It’s either all or nothing. I have a buzzing instrumental time clock. I’m attempting to work out how to get where I want to go because I’m not there yet.”
Children of renowned choir performers will join her in the program. Each person will demonstrate their ability and be remembered for the acts they will give during the program.
What Grown & Gospel has in store for its audience
Scott Shatsky and Carlos King are in charge of the show’s production. The executive producers include Lauren Gellert, Angela Dugan of Kingdom Reign Entertainment, Ashley McFarlin, Kat Uyenco, and Nisa Ahmad.
According to the formal summary of the show’s premiere episode:
“The six one-hour segments track five career-driven boyhood pals as they seek success in the Detroit choir scene and beyond.”
It goes on to say:
“Navigating the murky waters of the music industry and hustling to emerge from the shadows of their prominent parents… this tight-knit crew struggles with their strict upbringing and high standards as they strive to be the new generation of Gospel.”
Grown & Gospel will contain a lot of drama, music, and secrets, according to WeTV’s description:
“Navigating the murky waters of the music industry and hustling to emerge from the shadows of their prominent parents…this tight-knit crew struggles with their strict upbringing and high standards as they strive to be the new generation of Gospel.”
In addition, the synopsis states:
“As they work to make names for themselves in the music scene and balance their personal lives with career ambition, hearts are broken and dark secrets are revealed.”