As an anointed woman of passion, talent, and purpose, Daphney Hilton is here to inspire and encourage the world through gospel music. The Miami, Florida native has made Atlanta her hub to expand as a minister and an artist. Being a daughter of parents who are deeply rooted in the church and are musically talented, she has had the privilege of being surrounded by music all of her young life. Daphney’s Debut CD “GraceChyld” reflects the epitome of this very upbringing. She gives honor to her parents as being the contributing factors in the making of Daphney Hilton, the Artist.
For many years, this award winning artist's voice has been capturing and uplifting souls throughout the United States, and internationally. Daphney started singing professionally at the age of 13 with Dwain Ingram and the Ingram Gospel Singers of Miami, Florida. This was the starting point of her destiny being manifested in the earth. Daphney has shared the stage with some of gospel greats, such as, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Dorinda Clark-Cole, John P. Kee, Yolanda Adams, Darryl Coley, Shirley Ceasar, James Cleveland, and many more. Daphney has appeared on several TV broadcast shows, sharing her gift with the world. She has also served in the capacity of worship leader, director of children's, youth, and young adult choirs, youth leader, and associate minister.
Daphney is the third child of six siblings, the only girl. She is the mother of two beautiful daughters, and is the founder of of her nonprofit "Daddy’s Girls of Destiny.” Using multiple outlets to share this one concept, that loving and empowereing others, and entrusting your will to God, will move you far beyond what you can imagine. Whether with the touch of her reach or the resonance of her voice, Daphney Hilton has impacted many lives. The embroidering of this quote on her heart has become the driving force behind her daily walk: “your gift will take you there, but your character will keep there.” Daphney believes that her faithfulness in her gifts may have earned her the accolades, but the spirit that shines from within will last for an eternity. Daphney is becoming one of the most sought after minstrel of this time to serve God’s people.
Wednesday Wind Down closes for season with 'Ladies Night'
Angie Stone headlines East Point's final free concert of the summer.
EAST POINT, Ga. — East Point's final Wednesday Wind Down of the season will be a "Ladies Night" concert that will celebrate decorated female R&B artists.
The free show will feature Angie Stone, SWV and Keke Wyatt.
Stone, who has been making music since 1979 with multiple Grammy nominations, returns after headlining the very first Wednesday Wind Down in May 2018. New York-based SWV rose to fame in the early 90s with the No.1 hit "Weak." Wyatt's first album, "Soul Sista," went platinum in 2001.
The three national acts will be joined by local artists, Daphney Hilton and Butta B Rocka.
After the concert, East Point will close the summer concert series with a fireworks show.
With large crowds for this event all summer, concertgoers are encouraged to take MARTA to and from downtown East Point and to bring blankets and chairs. Smoking, tents, outside food/beverages and pets will not be allowed.
The concert will be Wednesday, August 28, 2019, from 5 pm to 9 pm at East Point's Downtown Commons.
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