Another great song from 1994 from one of Chicago’s foremost gospel performer and producer, Rev. Clay Evans and his Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church choir.
- He is Worthy To Be Praised Rev. Clay Evans & The Fellowship Choir 3:35
Clay Evans was born on June 25, 1925, in Brownsville, Tennessee, to Henry Clay and Estanauly Evans. He was a graduate of Carver High School, then he moved onto Chicago Baptist Institute for seminary education. He was ordained to be a Baptist minister in 1950, and he founded Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, Illinois on September 10, 1950 with five founding members. His sermons were broadcast on radio and television.
In 1965, Rev. Evans joined Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., to promote the civil rights movement in Chicago. In 1971 they founded the Operation PUSH coalition, to encourage black self-help. Evans’ music career started in 1964 and he has released thirty-eight musical projects, up until his latest release in 2006. His album have charted on the Billboard charts at various times during his career.He has had eleven albums chart on the Billboard Gospel Albums chart, during that time span.