Grammy-Award-winning gospel music sensation Tasha Cobbs Leonard kicked off the holiday season with a special performance.
During her appearance on “FOX & Friends” for its All-American Christmas Concert Series, she gave viewers an inside look at how her music career blossomed and how her family has influenced her.
“My entire family sings. … We were made to sing … forced to sing,” Cobbs Leonard joked as she reflected on growing up a pastor’s daughter in Georgia.
Cobbs Leonard added that her family has always been supportive of her career.
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“At about 15 years old, I sang my first solo in front of a crowd, and I realized that there was something different. My parents … they’ve always supported and cultivated the gift,” she told “FOX & Friends.”
Cobbs Leonard married her music producer and longtime love Kenneth Leonard. They have four children, with their oldest child in college and their youngest just 16 months old.
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“The mission is to take Jesus, the name of Jesus Christ, to the world and to push everybody forward into purpose,” the gospel star noted.
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“I think many of us, if we think back a lot of the lessons and the things that we know about the Bible, about church, we learned it through song. I want this generation to listen to our songs and say, 20 years from now, ‘Man, I learned that from one of Tasha’s songs.'”
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The “Your Spirit” songstress sang holiday songs on “FOX & Friends,” Friday, including “Oh, Holy Night” from her new album “Hymns.”
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