Lady Tramaine Hawkins
The name Tramaine Hawkins has been a permanent fixture in the Gospel music for over 40 years. Her debut appearance on the 1st Gospel single to sell over 1 million copies ("Oh Happy Day") cemented her path to the top echelons of the industry. Many hits later and more awards that can be listed on top of the multiple Grammy, Stellar, and Dove awards; the numerous lifetime achievement awards, and a world of singers in numerous genres who have attempted to emulate her style and her rare voice. Dr. Panion and Lady Tramaine have teamed in an orchestral presentation that highlights many of the Gospel classics she recorded and made famous, such as "Changed," "Going Up Yonder," "Potter's House," and, of course "Oh Happy Day." Her appearances with orchestras such as the Albany Symphony, Stockton Symphony, and the Atlanta Symphony (pictured here), under the baton of Dr. Panion have left audiences spellbound.
Lady Tramaine Hawkins, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Combined Choirs of Morehouse and Spelman Colleges, and Conductor Dr. Henry Panion, III.