Who is Duranice Pace? Duranice Pace Bio/Wiki
Evangelist Duranice Pace aka Duranice Pace was a FantasyAGT: Once Upon A Time gospel singing act. In the semifinals, she was disqualified. She was born on May 13, 1958, in Atlanta, Georgia.
Her family confirmed that Duranice Pace had died on Thursday.
Duranice Pace spoke favor into my life one day, at a time when I really needed it. She was one of those special souls. Rest In Peace pic.twitter.com/CyLoVRJCX5
— Steve Harvey (@IAmSteveHarvey) January 15, 2021
She was 62 years old.
Evangelist Pace was a Walter F. George High School graduate from Atlanta, Georgia. She continued her education with a music scholarship at the O.R.M. Word Processing School in Atlanta and also at Andrew College in LaGrange, Georgia, where she majored in music.
The Pace Sisters released several albums over a two-decade period ending in 2009, including It’s The Morning Time, In the Hands of God, U-Know, My Intent, It’s Already Done, Return and Access Granted.
Four of the tracks, including U-Know at No. 2, Access Granted at No. 5, My Intent at No. 17, and Return at No. 20, reached the Billboard Gospel Albums chart.
Evangelist Pace has also worked as Bishop Larry Shaw’s Jurisdictional Evangelist in South Korea, ministering to U.S. & Korean soldiers. In Las Vegas, California, New York, South Korea, London, Italy, Australia, Japan, and Switzerland.
Evangelist Pace has traveled around this nation and around the world preaching and singing for God. Preaching and singing are broken down as confusion, preaching and singing before the God of hope by the influence of the Holy Ghost fill various people with joy and peace, preaching and singing as God heals minds and hearts are mended back together.
The Pace family reported on January 5 that she was hospitalized. They gave no information as to why she was hospitalized.
Pace’s team wrote on her Instagram profile, “Please keep the prayers, support, and love coming as Duranice still fights and gets stronger in the hospital. She is eternally grateful for all of you and she can’t wait to announce a special concert-event that she has been planning with a team of Broadway professionals,”
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The NMAAM family extends our condolences to the family and loved ones of gospel great, Evangelist Duranice Pace, who passed away Jan. 14 at 62. As part of the legendary Anointed Pace Sisters, hers emerged as one of the most dynamic and distinct voices in gospel music. pic.twitter.com/IKlC7v6gEk
— the NMAAM (@theNMAAM) January 15, 2021
RIP ❤️ everybody’s favorite singer – Duranice Pace the eldest of gospel female super group The Anointed Pace Sisters. This is on the heels of the passing of her mother just over 5 months ago. Pray for the family snd the gospel music community’s lost ‼️ pic.twitter.com/8F47MeLIyT
— LarryReidLive (@LarryReidLive) January 14, 2021
R.I.P to Duranice Pace who went viral for her holiday singing. Fly high 🕊🕊 pic.twitter.com/CVvIkSFNB7
— 7 Fig Nig (@SenatorSigma) January 14, 2021