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Shirley Caesar gets her star

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The instantly recognizable voice in the theme song of the OWN Network's drama "Greenleaf" declares, "Satan we gonna tear your kingdom down." It is the voice of Durham, North Carolina's Shirley Caesar and in the sixty years she has used it as a instrument for God's kingdom, listeners have known she means business.  Caesar is always cognizant of the spiritual mission of her calling,  whether she is on a concert stage, featured on BET's Celebration of Gospel or sweeping through the city at the White House.  Both a singer and a pastor, Caesar, 77 soul saving  music ministry has earned  her a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.

This year the gospel music trailblazer celebrates half a century in the gospel music industry as a solo act.  Prior to going solo she was a member of the legendary Caravans. Caesar’s pastoral leadership and social justice activism were also acknowledged at the site of the star, just outside of the Fonda theater in Hollywood. Yolanda Adams and Kirk Franklin were guests speakers at the Dedication of the 2,583rd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Recording. The star is located near the Fonda Theater.  Of course  she gave God all the praise by dancing a few joyous steps right on top of her star.