Richard Smallwood  Bio, Age, Wife, Songs, Total Praise, Healing and Net Worth

By | July 2, 2021

Richard Smallwood Biography

Richard Smallwood an American multiple award-winning Gospel Composer, Music Director, Pianist and Arranger known as the Founder of ‘The Richard Smallwood Singers’ in 1977 based in Washington, D.C. He is as well known for his hit songs “Look Up And Live”, “Give Us Peace” and “psalms”. He was nominated for popular albums such as “Psalms”, “Healing” and “Persuaded”, among others.

Richard Smallwood Age

Smallwood was born on 30 November 1948 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America.

Richard Smallwood Music

The recording career of Smallwood started in 1982 with the album The Richard Smallwood Singers. The song spent 87 weeks on the Billboard Gospel 200. The follow-up, Psalms was nominated for Grammy. Two years later, the album Textures was nominated. Textures produced the now-classical “Center Of My Joy” composed by Richard Smallwood including Bill and Gloria Gaither.

He received his first Grammy, along with the Dove Award for his production of the Quincy Jones Gospel Project, Handel’s Messiah: A Soulful Celebration. Richard, with his former Vision band, has recorded a number of successful Verity Records projects. He earned his Master’s degree in Divinity from Howard University in 2004 and joined the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2006.

Smallwood’s next venture was recorded live at the Hammerstein Ballroom at the Manhattan Center in New York City. The show includes guests Kim Burrell on “Journey,” Kelly Price on “Morning’s Broken,” Chaka Khan on “Precious Is Your Name,” and The Hawkins Family, Tramaine Hawkins

Richard Smallwood Net Worth

Richard has an estimated net worth of $10 million

Richard Smallwood Songs

  • Look Up And Live
  • Give Us Peace
  • Psalms
  • Textures
  • Vision
  • Portrait
  • Testimony
  • Look up and live
  • Live at Howard University
  • Adoration
  • Rejoice
  • Healing
  • Persuaded
  • Journey
  • Promises
  • Anthology

Richard Smallwood Albums

  • Gospel Greats (Benson, 1994)
  • Memorable Moments (Sparrow, 1999)
  • Praise & Worship Songs of Richard Smallwood With Vision (Verity, 2003)
  • Quintessential Collection (EMI Gospel, 2007)
  • “Center of My Joy” (Rhino/Shanachie, 2007)

Richard Smallwood Awards

  • Inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame on November 14, 2006, at the Richland Country Club in Nashville, TN.
  • Received Howard University Distinguished Achievement Award
  • 1992: Stellar Award for Best Group/Duo for Contemporary
  • 2000: Stellar Award for Choir of the Year of Healing
  • 2000: Stellar Award for Traditional Male Vocalist of the Year for Healing
  • 2000: Stellar Award for Traditional Choir of the Year for Healing
  • 2002: Stellar Award for Traditional CD of the Year for Persuaded
  • 2002: Stellar Award for Traditional Choir of the Year for Persuaded

Richard Smallwood Height and Weight

Richard stands tall at an average height and has a average body weight

Richard Smallwood Education

Smallwood enrolled and graduated from Howard University with a degree in vocal performance and piano, as well as a degree in Ethnomusicology. He was a member of The Celestials, the first gospel band on Howard University’s campus. He then joined at Howard University, graduating with master’s degree in Divinity.

Richard Smallwood Family

Richard information about his family are publicly unavailable. We will update this section as soon as this information is available.

Richard Smallwood Wife

Richard information about his love life are publicly unavailable. We will update this section as soon as this information is available.


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