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Maurette Brown Clark performs Sunday in Washington

Stellar Award winning artist and Baltimore resident Maurette Brown Clark will perform Sunday at the Verizon Center in Washington.

Her concert is part of "Gospel Night" at the 4 p.m. WNBA game between the Washington Mystics and Conneticut Sun.

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Clark sings the hit gospel songs "One God'' and "It Ain't Over'' from her 2007 CD The Dream. Earlier this year, Clark's CD won her a Stellar for "Praise and Worship CD of the Year." Daughter Jada Clark also received a Stellar for "Children's Performance of the Year" for "I Am What God says I am,'' which is also featured on The Dream.

The daytime game also includes a halftime gospel show put on by a choir that won the PRAISE 104.1 FM radio station's gospel contest. The winner of the contest was to be selected earlier this week.

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This is the third year that the women's team has hosted a "Gospel Night.'' Last year's performer was gospel artist Karen Clark Sheard.

For tickets to the game, go to ticketmaster.com.

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