Kirk Franklin's Live Session Sweepstakes!
Kirk Franklin's Live Session will take place in Dallas, TX on December 17th. Previously organized as an exclusive event, Kirk has now decided to give away tickets to his true fans.
Do you want to hear the new music Kirk has been working on? Do you want to be an audience member during this night of worship? Do you really know Kirk Franklin and his music? Well...here's your chance to prove it.
Answer the five questions below in an email sent to KirksLiveSession@Gmail.com
Join Kirk Franklin and Steve Harvey on the 2011 Gospel Comedy Tour!
Kirk Franklin & Steve Harvey Gospel Comedy Tour
March 19, 2011
Atlanta, GA | Philips Arena Theater
March 26, 2011
Tampa, FL | St. Pete Times Forum
April 2, 2011
Southaven, MS | Desoto County Civic Center
April 9, 2011
Nashville, TN | Bridgestone Arena
April 30, 2011
Charleston, SC | North Charleston Coliseum
May 7, 2011
Bossier City, LA | Century Tel Center
May 21, 2011
Kirk Franklin has joined Ping, the new iTunes social network! You can now follow Kirk’s official profile on Ping to get exclusive updates and content.
Ping allows you to follow your favorite artists and friends to discover what music they’re talking about, listening to and downloading. iTunes Ping offers you the ability to post your thoughts and opinions, favorite albums and songs and share the music you’ve downloaded from iTunes. Through Ping you can also view concert listing and let your friends know which concerts you plan to attend.
Would you like Kirk to follow you on Twitter? Would you like Kirk to mention you in one of his Tweets? Would you also like Kirk to ReTweet one of your messages – all while helping the children in Haiti? If so, here is your chance!
What is TwitChange?
The only global celebrity auction where Twitter users can bid to get three things: be followed by their favorite celebrity on Twitter, retweeted, or mentioned by them in a special tweet!
Kirk Franklin’s new book, The Blueprint: A Plan for Living Above Life’s Storms is in stores now!
Gospel artist Kirk Franklin's faith wasn't always as strong as it is today. His father abandoned his family; his mother constantly told Kirk that he was an unwanted child and left him to be adopted when he was four; his sister became a crack addict; he never saw a black man who was faithful in marriage. Despite his shaky foundation he found strength and success through his music and through God.