Bishop Richard “Mr. Clean” White Hit’s the Road for a 20 City Radio Tour
Bishop Richard “Mr. Clean” White embarked on a 20 city radio tour to promote his first single on the Flow Records label, “I’m Glad I Don’t Look Like What I Been Through.” The CD, which is compiled of uplifting, hand clapping Traditional Gospel Music will be in stores, October 30, 2012.
The single has received tremendous support from radio as it climbs the BDS Charts with a current standing at #32 on the Gospel Chart and #34 on the Media Base Gospel Chart. The single continues to work its way up the charts weekly with BDS and non-BDS reporting stations adding “I’m Glad I Don’t Look Like What I Been Through” to their rotation and increasing spins at a steady rate.
Watch the video of the live recording below:
The radio promotional tour started August 21, at WAGG, in Birmingham, AL and continues to cities such as Nashville, TN, Chicago, IL, Jackson, MS, Columbus, GA, Detroit, MI, Los Angeles, CA, Chattanooga, TN, Atlanta, GA, Columbia, SC, and Montgomery, AL. Program Directors and radio host will have the pleasure of experiencing the humor and personality of Bishop Richard “Mr. Clean” White as he visits stations and introduces his inspirational music to a new generation of Gospel Music lovers.
“The song speaks to the hearts of people that have been through things in life, yet endured. I wanted to let people know we are imperfect, and in our journey we might have to suffer, but you have to stay faithful to the word of God and he will see you through. I wanted to inspire others to stand when trusted friends forsake them, financial burdens overwhelm them, health fails, and their spiritual faith gets tested,” said Bishop White.
Platinum producer and president of Flow Records, Myron Williams stated, “Working with one of the legends of Traditional Gospel Music was a blessing for me. He is not only a staple in this music, but he is a personal friend and mentor. When you work with an anointed man of God, it is a blessing to watch the spirit move through him. “I’m Glad I Don’t Look Like What I Been Through,” is a product of prayer and faith. The song is truly a blessing.”