Lawrence A. Flowers

lawrenceLAWRENCE A. FLOWERS (U/S Black Dude), a native of Jacksonville, FL and new resident of Atlanta, is a gospel music singer, songwriter, producer, ordained minister, and founder of the multi-indie award winning Gospel group, “Lawrence Flowers & Intercession.” His musical career has also taken him places like Carnegie Hall and events such as the Presidential Inauguration Ball for President Barack Obama Holy Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. He has shared the stage with some of gospel’s most notable artists and received both national and international exposure from his Billboard charting hit Praise & Worship song, “More.”  He has collaborated with notable artists including Broadway singer Roslyn Burrough, R&B recording artist “Tweet”, Paris Bennett from Season 5 American Idol. and American singer and actress Beatrice Melba Hill (Melba Moore), to name a few. His newly released album entitled, Shadow Worshiper, based from his favorite scripture (Psalms 91:1), hit the Top 50 Gospel Album’s on the Billboard charts at number 28 during its first week of sales and debuted at Number 5 on iTunes Top Christian Album worldwide the day of release. Lawrence studied at Florida State University.