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February 9, 2003

Albany- Gospel music is filling the Albany Civic Center tonight as gospel artist lift their voices of praise at Family Reunion Fest 2003.

Keith "Wonderboy" Johnson is one of the concert's featured acts. Johnson has been singing since the age of five, and he was also a member of the Boys Choir of Harlem.

He hopes Sunday's concert will give people inspiration to cope as the U.S. faces the threat of war. Johnson says, "I love what I do, and I hope something I sing tonight will inspire at least one person."

Other artists performing are the Canton Spirituals, Slim and The Supreme Angels and The Williams Brothers.

Posted at 5:17PM by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com

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