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18 feb. 2013

Carman tiene cáncer


 
Carman



El cantante de de música cristiana contemporánea Carman Licciardello, conocido por su nombre artístico de "Carman", se le ha diagnosticado cáncer.

El músico y evangelista escribió en su página de Facebook la mañana del pasado jueves: "Me he retrasado en escribir esto, pero aquellos de ustedes a los que llamo amigos y seguidores, que han orado por mí y por este ministerio necesitan saber sobre esta nueva batalla que se me avecina. Hace una semana me diagnosticaron cáncer de mieloma. Es incurable y me han dado 3-4 años de vida".

El cantante indicó que pasará a recoger la primera biopsia esta semana y comenzará el proceso de su tratamiento. "Solía ir al cine por la tarde, ahora voy a ver a los médicos".

Carman dejo constancia de los tres motivos por los cuales publicó su mensaje: "En primer lugar, quiero poner fin a todos los rumores. En segundo lugar, le pido por sus oraciones. Y tercero, quiero que todos sepan que voy a seguir ministrando y ganar almas hasta que no pueda hacerlo".   "Mi vida siempre se girado alrededor del ministerio", explicó. "Tengo un llamado de Dios para tocar vidas con el Evangelio de Jesucristo y eso es lo que voy a hacer hasta que el Señor me llame a casa".

Pidió a sus seguidores de Facebook no para llenar su página con remedios tratamiento del cáncer.
 
** Quién no ha sido impactado con los videos y buena musica de Carman? yo soy uno de ellos, Carman Ministries es uno de mis cantantes favoritos en la decada de los 90's y uno de los discos que mas marco mi vida fue Addicted To Jesus., cuando producía el programa Música con Vida, era uno de los cantantes obligadaunque no se sabe a ciencia cierta cuántos discos ha producido, algunos conocedores calculan en más de 35..(ver más abajo información de sus producciones y galardones ganados)

conoce más de este cantante

http://www.tuforocristiano.com/foro/3039-discografia-completa-de-carman-1982-2007-parte.html

Así infrma Wikipedia sobre el ministerio de Carman (versión ingles)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carman_%28singer%29

Carman (singer)

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Carman
Background information
Birth name Carmelo Domenic Licciardello
Born January 19, 1956 (age 57)
Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.
Genres Christian, contemporary Christian, Gospel, praise and worship
Occupations Evangelist, singer, songwriter, rapper,[1] television show host, actor
Instruments Vocals, guitar, drums
Years active 1982–present
Labels Klesis, Priority, Myrrh, Word, Benson, Sparrow, Tyscot
Carmelo Domenic Licciardello (born January 19, 1956) known by his stage name, Carman, is a contemporary Christian music artist and evangelist.

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Biography

Carman was born in Trenton, New Jersey.[1] As a child he played drums in his mother's band. Then as a teen he formed his own group. Around the age of 20, he moved to California
While attending an Andraé Crouch concert, Carman became a born again Christian, and embraced evangelicalism. In 1980, he made a custom album titled God's Not Finished with Me. The following year, he was invited by Bill Gaither to tour with The Bill Gaither Trio.[2] After relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma, he released a moderately successful eponymous debut album (later issued as Some-o-Dat)[1] in 1982[3]—which contained mostly novelty songs. Then with the release of the live album Sunday's On The Way in 1983, began a string of CCM chart successes beginning with the title song. As he continued his musical career, Carman established the non-profit organization Carman Ministries.[1] With the 1985 release of The Champion came his first number one song, of the same name. Another live album—Radically Saved—came in 1988. Then 1989 brought Carman his first number one album—Revival in the Land.
Between 1987 and 1989, he was named Charisma magazine's readers' choice for favorite male vocalist.[3] In 1990 and 1992, Billboard Magazine recognized Carman's influence in Christian music by naming him the Contemporary Christian Artist of the Year and in 1995 he recorded his first album in Spanish-Lo Mejor-which includes some of the already recorded songs like Who's in the House and The River. In 2000 the album Heart of a Champion came out with 30 of his best songs including new songs.[3] In 2007 he updated his catalog with Instrument Of Praise, which saw him exploring the new musical styles of the time.[citation needed]
He has received 15 gold and platinum albums and videos and has sold over 10 million records. He holds the world record for the largest solo Christian Concerts in history with 80,000 attendees for a Charlotte, North Carolina show, and 71,132 indoors at Texas Stadium,[1] as well as the largest ticketed CCM solo concert with 50,000 in Johannesburg, South Africa.[3]
Beyond music, he participates in various television productions and interview duties as a host for both the Trinity Broadcasting Network in general and flagship program Praise the Lord.[4] In 2001, Carman starred in the film Carman: The Champion.[1][5]
In November 2011, Carman was involved in an auto accident. He was in the passenger seat when the driver made a left into the church parking lot in front of a crowd of fans waiting to get into the concert. A truck from oncoming traffic struck Carman's side at 50 mph. Carman was able to walk into the church attempting to continue with the scheduled concert, but collapsed soon after. He was taken to a hospital just outside of Houston, Texas, where he was examined and x-rayed. No broken bones or spinal injuries were found. However there were internal injuries that required surgery.[6]
In a photo post made on both his official and personal Facebook accounts on February 14, 2013, Carman revealed that he had been diagnosed with myeloma and given a prognosis of only three to four more years to live.[7]

Discography

  • 1982: Some-o-Dat aka Carman
  • 1983: Sunday's On the Way
  • 1984: Comin' On Strong
  • 1985: The Champion
  • 1986: A Long Time Ago...in a Land Called Bethlehem
  • 1988: Live: Radically Saved
  • 1989: Revival in the Land
  • 1991: Addicted to Jesus
  • 1991: High Praises, Vol. 1 & 2
  • 1991: Shakin' the House...Live with Commissioned and the Christ Church Choir
  • 1992: Yo Kidz!: Heroes, Stories, and Songs from the Bible
  • 1993: Lawrence the Kat and the B. Attitudes
  • 1993: The Standard
  • 1994: Yo Kidz!, Vol. 2: Armor of God
  • 1995: Lo Mejor
  • 1995: R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • 1996: Lawrence the Kat and the Bible
  • 1997: I Surrender All: 30 Classic Hymns
  • 1997: Mission 3:16 (EP)
  • 1998: Mission 3:16
  • 1999: Passion for Praise, Vol. 1
  • 2000: Heart of a Champion
  • 2003: House of Praise
  • 2005: Live and Reloaded
  • 2007: Instrument of Praise
  • 2012: The Game Changer Vol. 1
  • 2013: Anthems of a Champion

Awards

GMA Dove Awards

  • 1989: Long Form Music Video of the Year for Live: Radically Saved
  • 1991: Long Form Video of the Year for Revival In The Land
  • 1991: Short Form Video of the Year for "Revival In The Land"
  • 1993: Children's Music Album of the Year for Yo Kidz!
  • 1993: Long Form Video of the Year for Addicted To Jesus
  • 1995: Children's Music Album of the Year: Yo! Kidz! 2: The Armor Of God
  • 1996: Rap/Hip Hop Song of the Year for "R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)"

Grammy nominations

  • Album of the Year: Long Time Ago... In a Land Called Bethlehem
  • Record of the Year: "Addicted To Jesus"
  • Pop/Contemporary Christian Album: Mission 3:16

RIAA Certifications

Filmography

Movies and television

  • 1995–1997 Time 2 – variety series on Trinity Broadcasting Network
  • 1995: R.I.O.T.: The Movie
  • 2001: Carman The Champion
  • 2009: The Book of Ruth: Journey of Faith
  • 2010: Changing Hands

Music Video

Long form

  • 1984: Comin' On Strong Live
  • 1988: Carman Live...Radically Saved
  • 1990: Revival In the Land
  • 1991: Addicted To Jesus
  • 1993: The Standard
  • 1994: Carman Yo Kidz!: The Vidz
  • 1995: Raising the Standard: LIVE
  • 1998: The Absolute Best Videos
  • 1998: Mission 3:16: The Video
  • 2001: Carman In Concert: One Night Only
  • 2003: Carman: House of Praise – Live

Short form

  • "A Little Bit More Conviction" from The Champion
  • "I Got the Joy" featuring Carlton Pearson from Revival In the Land
  • "A Witch's Invitation" from Revival In the Land
  • "The Resurrection Rap" from Revival In the Land
  • "Revival In the Land" from Revival In the Land
  • "Our Turn Now" featuring Petra from Addicted to Jesus
  • "Satan, Bite the Dust" from Addicted to Jesus
  • "1955" from Addicted to Jesus
  • "Addicted to Jesus" featuring dc Talk from Addicted to Jesus
  • "Who's In the House" from The Standard
  • "Great God" from The Standard
  • "Sunday School Rock" from The Standard
  • "Holdin' On" featuring Margaret Becker from The Standard
  • "America Again" from The Standard
  • "Serve the Lord" featuring David Foster on Piano from The Absolute Best
  • "Meant for This Moment" featuring Helen Baylor from Yo Kidz! 2: The Armor of God
  • "God Is Exalted" from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)" from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "My Story" from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "No Monsters" from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "7 Ways 2 Praise" from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "Step of Faith" featuring Ricky Skaggs from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "There Is a God" from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "Amen" from R.I.O.T. (Righteous Invasion of Truth)
  • "Mission 3:16" from Mission 3:16
  • "Jesus Is the Lamb" from Mission 3:16
  • "The Courtroom" from Mission 3:16
  • "We Are Not Ashamed" from Mission 3:16
  • "The Prayer Anthem" from Mission 3:16
  • "Slam" from Mission 3:16
  • "Faith Enough" from Heart of a Champion 
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