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(RNS) Once one of the biggest names in Christian music, Carman had been rejected by every Christian music label in the last 12 or 13 years. It was only after he went public about his terminal illness that the 57-year-old singer-songwriter discovered he still had an audience.

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  1. All I can say is: God is still ON THE THRONE and his WILL BE DONE, Carman you have been and will alway be a great inspiration to my life. KEEP ON KEEPING ON MY FRIEND :0) LET’S STUMP ON THIS DISEASE AND GIVE THE DEVIL A RUN FOR IT…..

    From Lioness (Alice)

  2. Carman, you are a Beautiful Man Inside And Out. You Will Be A Conduit Of Gods Anointing To The Very end No Matter What! This Generation Could Only Be So Blessed To Have Your Influence…peace To You My Brother…you Rock!!!

  3. I have always enjoyed Carman’s illustrative music. Carman is creative and that can be seen in his music. I wish him full recovery. Carman, God Loves You! – Friends from Kenya.

  4. Carmen when are you coming to the Toledo, Ohio area again? I’m sure I say this for others when I say you are missed very much!! We need a SPIRITUAL REVIVAL again!!! We love you here in Ohio!!!!! GOD BLESS YOU! I pray for physical healing for you, In Jesus Holy name, Amen n Amen!!

  1. [...] Once one of the biggest names in Christian music who could sell 10 million albums and fill stadiums with his concerts, the man born as Carmelo Domenic Licciardello said he had been rejected by every Christian music label in the last 12 or 13 years and couldn’t even find a record company to distribute one of his CD projects for free…. Read this in full at http://www.religionnews.com/2013/05/31/cancer-diagnosis-gives-second-life-to-carmans-music-career/ [...]

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