Ghana’s adorable son, Joe Mettle, was called again to be one of the highlights for the second edition of Gospel Goes Classical Live (South Africa). The Brand began in Birmingham, Alabama on June 6, 2003, at the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center on the campus of The University of Alabama Birmingham. It was in subsequent years that the brand was franchised to South Africa.
In earlier editions, South Africa hosted some outstanding worshipers namely: Donnie McClurkin, Jonathan Butler, Benjamin Dube, Rebecca Malope and the late Sfiso Ncwane and Dlophe Records along with the Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra.
Gospel Goes Classical South Africa “Live” 2016 featured Donnie McClurkin, Ntokozo Mbambo, Mahalia Buchanan and Joe Mettle with The Johannesburg Symphony Orchestra generated over four million views on YouTube in four weeks. Joe Mettle was embraced by South Africans as he led them in worship, singing “This is the air I breathe.”
Joe Mettle is the VGMA award winner (Ghana) and the best male gospel artiste in Africa at the Trumpet Gospel Awards held in South Africa, among other achievements around the world.
For this year’s Gospel Goes Classical, Joe Mettle ministered along side incredible worshipers like Ntokozo Mbambo and USA’s Stellar Award winner, Vashawn Mitchell. The event went down over the weekend, Saturday October 27th.
Videos of the show are not yet out. However you can enjoy ministrations from the previous years. Here is Joe Mettle ministering at Gospel Goes Classical (South Africa) 2016.