|Hall of Fame group to appear at Pemberville, Grand Rapids|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 26 April 2013 09:57|
The Gospel Harmony Boys are considered by many as one of America's most respected and distinctive Christian groups,
They will be performing at the Pemberville Opera House at 7:30 p.m. May 4 and at the Grand Rapids Town Hall at 2 p.m., May 5.
The Gospel Harmony Boys originated in Huntington, W.Va. in 1952 and have been presenting concerts all across the United States and Canada in churches, auditoriums, amphitheaters, fairs, and festivals ever since.
They are known for their diverse musical styles, intricate harmonies and up-to-date renditions of the old gospel favorites. They are among America's longest existing gospel groups, and recently were recognized by the American Artist Music Guild on their 60th anniversary in 2012.
This highly acclaimed group was the first Gospel quartet ever featured on national network television, and in 2008, they were inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in Dallas, along with Bill Gaither, The Cathedrals, Pat Boone and Mahalia Jackson.
As a brotherhood of talented men, the Gospel Harmony Boys create a unique brand of entertaining Christian music that is dedicated to sharing the love and hope that they have found in their faith.
The public is invited to be part of these performances. Organizers say those attending should "enjoy a time of inspiration, fellowship and just plain fun with some of the nation's most acclaimed Christian artists."
The Pemberville Opera House is located at 115 Main Street. Tickets for that show are available at Beeker's General Store, or by calling Carol Bailey at (419) 287-4848 , or visit www.pembervilleoperahouse.org
The Grand Rapids Town Hall is located at 23564 Front St. Tickets for that concert are available at Washer's or by calling Carol at the number above or visit www.grandrapidsartscouncil.org .
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