A member of the legendary Clark Sisters, Detroit native Dorinda Clark-Cole possesses vocal similarities to her mother, Gospel pioneer Dr. Mattie Moss Clark. Her talent and vibrant personality have been showcased since she began singing at age 5, earning her the nickname “the Rose of Gospel.” Her Grammy Award-winning style fuses contemporary and traditional Gospel on hits such as “Time Out,” “My Redeemer Liveth” and “I’m Still Here.” Clark-Cole balances her musical career with national speaking and preaching engagements. She also serves as an administrator at Detroit’s Clark Conservatory of Music, founded by her mother. Her national radio show, the Dorinda Clark Radio Show, can be heard Saturdays, 1 to 3 pm.