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P. W. Gopal Performing Concert at OWU

April 6, 2005

DELAWARE, OHIO -- Christian-artist P.W. Gopal will perform at Ohio Wesleyan University on Friday at 8 p.m. in the Hamilton-Williams Campus Center Atrium.
Gopal's "Leaving Storyville" compact disc was named a 2003 Independent Music World Series Northeast Semifinalist, chosen among the top 108 projects out of 1600 contestants in the northeast region of the United States.
Melodic.net says, "'Leaving Storyville' could also be the film that stretches out and reaches the depth of your soul and makes you think about what life's really all about, but it's not a movie, it's a record from an amazing singer by the name of P.W. Gopal and how he sings! ... oh man, he's like the Robert DeNiro of music ... playing in a division by themselves."
Gopal has released two compact discs, "Leaving Storyville" was released in 2003 and his second release "Still Voices" hit last year.
Gopal's performance is part of the 30 Hour Famine to Support World Vision being conducted from Noon on Friday through 6 p.m. on Saturday. Events include a "Saturday of Service" where students will perform work projects at sites around the community.
World Vision is an international Christian relief and development organization working to promote the well-being of all people - especially children. In 2003, World Vision offered material, emotional, social and spiritual support to 100 million people in 99 countries.
For more information, contact Lisa Ho, OWU's assistant chaplain of Christian ministries, at 740-368-3089 or via e-mail at llho@owu.edu.