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Two weeks since the British royal wedding that broke tradition.
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And for the gospel choir that helped do it, bookings are through the roof.
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>> I physically can not keep up with the emails and the messages, requests for interviews and tours and weddings.
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>> Since the wedding, watched by many millions around the world, Karen Gibson has been nicknamed the godmother of gospel.
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>> I do get stopped every time I go down the road. Photographs being taken, and sometimes they're trying to pat you on the sly when they think you're not looking.>> Karen's Kingdom Choir is meeting up at their London stomping ground for a wedding debrief. Everyone agrees, it's been a whirlwind of media requests and fan mail.
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But there's also a feeling already that this big moment for gospel has sparked a cultural change.>> I could feel something high into the air as we sung. It was a real moment. I feel like there's been a shift. I do, somebody sent a message to me and their four year old daughter said, look mommy, there's people like me.
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And I didn't realize that was still a thing.
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>> But this wasn't what the choir would call full on gospel.
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>> Normally we'd click or we clap or we bounce and no.>> When Harry and Meghan met Karen to request the song Stand By Me, they all decided to gather on a more simple stripped back version.>> It's right for the platform, and it's right for the world.
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