Dorinda Clark Cole
Dorinda Grace Clark Cole is a popular and two-time award winning gospel and evangelist singer. She is a daughter of choral director Mattie Moss Clark, but she is best known as a part of The Clark Sisters, an American gospel vocal group. Dorinda was born and grew up in Detroit, Michigan.
Dorinda started singing at an early age. Along with her sisters Twinkie, Jacky, Karen, and Denise, she sang in the church of their pastor father and usually performed songs composed by their mother, Mattie
Moss Clark. Later on, Dorinda was dubbed as the “jazzy sister” of the vocal group.
Since then, Dorinda has been called in various names such as “The Church Girl.” In 2002, her debut album titled “Dorinda Clark-Cole” was released with tremendous success. Her other albums, “Live From Houston: The Rose of Gospel” in 2005, “Take It Back” in 2008, and “In the Face of Change (EP)” in 2009, were also successful. Sometimes, Dorinda is also called as “The Rose of Gospel.”
In 2007, Dorinda became the prime endorser of the women’s clothing designed by popular fashion designer, Donna Vinci. She then launched her own clothing line called “The Rose Collection.” The clothing line includes knit suits and church suits.
Dorinda is happily married to Greg Cole. She is also now a mother of two kids: Nikkia and Greg Jr. Aside from being a gospel singer, Dorinda is also known as a composer, entrepreneur, administrator, and television host who has ministered in France, Korea, South Africa, England, Japan, and Germany. She is also known as a recipient of different awards such as Grammy Award, Stellar Award, BMI Christian Music Award, Soul Train Lady of Soul Award, and many others.