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October 2019 SGNScoops Magazine

Written by Staff on October 19, 2019 – 9:25 am -

It’s fall and we hope you are taking in the colors and crisp air of the season. We are thrilled to present the fall issue of SGNScoops Magazine. Our cover artists are ones you know well if you enjoy good gospel music.

The Whisnants are popular for their family harmonies and their genuine care for their audience. A long-time fan and friend, Angela Parker, tells their story from a unique point of view that you must read.
Also on the cover are well-known artists, Jimmy Fortune of the Statler Brothers, Kennedy Hayes of the Mylon Hayes Family, and Josh Swift of Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver. Other artists included this month are Chris Golden, Bob Sellers, and the Pine Ridge Boys. We are so thankful for writers Jimmy Reno, Lindsey Chandler, Les Butler, Charlie Griffin, John Herndon, and website writer Jantina Baksteen.
We continue to pray that our CD reviewer, Randall Hamm, gets better soon. While he is on sick leave, Justin Gilmore presents a special review. Don’t miss DJ Spotlight by Vonda Armstrong, Publisher’s Point by Rob Patz, all three genres of gospel music charts, and more.
As we pause before heading into the busy festive season, we pray you draw closer to the Savior who became a child on earth to offer each of us the opportunity to become a child of God. If you ever have any questions or comments about SGNScoops Magazine, please write to me at
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Written by scoopsnews on November 13, 2019 – 8:28 am -

September 2019 SGNScoops Magazine


We are so excited to announce that  SGN SCOOPS is going to a  FULL COLOR, HIGH QUALITY PRINTED MAGAZINE in addition to Digital in 2020!

The first issue will be in January, 2020. The January issue will also include the ballot for the 2020 Diamond Awards. Now is the time to get your ad in for the exciting issue.

Wholesale Opportunity for Artists is also available.

For information on advertising and wholesale, email


A word from Owner and Publisher of SGNSCOOPS, Rob Patz:

“I truly believe that 2020 is going to be an amazing year filled with exciting opportunities. I believe that about every year, and as I look back at 2019, I think we should always take an inventory of where we’ve been. There have been many great things that have happened in 2019, and there have been some trials. I am thankful, though, that God has allowed me to be a part of some fantastic events and to minister to people around the country.

“The year of 2019 saw changes, but then again, if you think about it, in every year there are changes. If we stay the same we are not moving forward. In the Bible, it says that we should run the race, and my feeling about that is that God doesn’t want us to be stable. He doesn’t want us to be happy in the location we are in today.

“So, with that being said, we are changing. We are growing ! Come grow with us.”







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Browders sign with Gateway Management

Written by Staff on November 13, 2019 – 5:19 am -

BrowdersNashville, TN (November 12, 2019) — Gateway Management has announced they have reached a management agreement with the Browders. The Browders have become one of Christian Music’s most successful and exciting groups. With 12 Singing News #1 songs to their credit, the Browders abundance of talent and passion to share the Gospel has made them fan favorites across the nation.

“I’ve always been a big dreamer and I walk in expectation every day because I know we serve a great big God,” Matthew Browder states with a smile. “Dad taught us to dream big. We believe if you have a dream, you need to go after it. God has blessed us and I know that the best is yet to come.”

Browders Authentic“We are honored to have the Browders join Gateway Management. They are some of the most talented and hardworking people I know. They’ve seen success over the last few years that is unprecedented. Their new album will only add to their success and open new doors for them,” stated Matt Felts, CEO Gateway Management.


The Browders much-anticipated new album, Authentic which features “You’re Not In This Alone” and “My Home” hit the streets on November 8.

“The title of this project is spot on. The Browders are authentic in every way. What they are on stage is who they are off the stage. Their music comes from the heart and hits people on a real level. We are in a time where people are searching for something real and this album gives them just that,” added Felts.


With the success the group has found, they are quick to remind people where they strive to keep their focus. “It’s not about our abilities. It’s about God’s capability,” says Matthew. “He can do anything. We just try to be good stewards of the gifts that God has given to us.”


To learn more about the Browders or to get your copy of Authentic, go to Fans can also go to to learn more.


About Gateway Management


Founded by longtime Christian Music stalwart Matt Felts, Gateway Management is a leader in artist, tour and brand management. With a roster of clients whose credits include Grammy’s, Dove Awards, major motion pictures and over 20 million in album sales, Gateway has built a reputation of excellence and results. Through the years Matt Felts and Gateway Management have worked with artists such as Carman, Larry Gatlin, Oak Ridge Boys, Don Mattingly, Darryl Worley, David Phelps, Dixie Melody Boys and companies such as the Nashville Sounds, McDonalds, Smacker Bats and many more. For more information on Gateway Management, go to

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Congrats to The SGN SCOOPS TOP 100 November

Written by scoopsnews on November 13, 2019 – 4:52 am -

SGNScoops Top 100

SGNScoops Top 100

Top 100 SGN SCOOPS November

  1. I’d like To Tell It Again- Down East Boys
  2. What Kind Of Man- Legacy Five
  3. The River- Karen Peck & New River
  4. Uncommon Praise- Guardians
  5. The People That God Gives You- Bowling Family
  6. Going There- Triumphant Quartet
  7. Set Your House In Order- Gordon Mote ( With Oak Ridge Boys)
  8. Blessed Be The Name Of The Lord- Steeles
  9. Alabama Mud- Gold City
  10. A Rugged Old Cross- LeFevre Quartet
  11. From Dust To Glory- McKameys
  12. Day One- Jason Crabb
  13. Brave- Browns
  14. This Is The Place- Gaither Vocal Band
  15. You’ve Arrived- Greater Vision
  16. Resurrection Power- Mylon Hayes Family
  17. Come To The Well- Kingdom Heirs
  18. Live Like Jesus- Collingsworth Family
  19. God Says You Can- Hyssongs
  20. He Has- Old Time Preachers Quartet
  21. Deeper- Gerald Crabb
  22. Heaven Is- Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
  23. Shame On Me- Joseph Habedank
  24. Come Sunday Morning- Old Paths
  25. What Only God Can Do- Michael Booth
  26. Sing In The Valley- Perrys
  27. When The Answer Is No- Talleys
  28. You Are Loved- Jeff & Sheri Easter
  29. No Other Name Like Jesus- Josh & Ashley Franks
  30. The Storm- Brian Free & Assurance
  31. Robes of Pure White- Williamsons
  32. Jesus To Me- Wisecarvers
  33. Just Pray- Billy Huddleston
  34. Keep Me Close -Whisnants
  35. Take Him To That Place- Tim Livingston
  36. When God Says Wait- Browders
  37. Think About You- TaRanda
  38. His Hand Reached Further Down- Inspirations
  39. Beautiful City- Bibletones
  40. Grateful- Pruitt Family
  41. When I Close My Eyes Here- Eagle’s Wings
  42. My Kind Of People- MARK209
  43. The Empty Altar- Heaven’s Mountain Band
  44. I Got Saved- Diplomats
  45. Better Things To Do- John Whisnant
  46. The Healer Hasn’t Los His Touch- Tribute Quartet
  47. Anyway- Judith Montgomery & Family
  48. Rejoice- Cami Shrock
  49. I Need A Fresh Drink- Liberty Quartet
  50. Old Church Choir- Hazel Parker Stanley
  51. Down The Road To Damascus- Three Bridges
  52. Think Again- Hunter May
  53. What A Morning- Port City Quartet
  54. Safe- Lindsey Graham
  55. The Joy He’s Given Me- Sharps
  56. I’ve Got The Son In My Eyes- Endless Highway
  57. Let Your Light Shine Sacred Harmony
  58. Go Ask Moses- Mark Trammell Quartet
  59. Love Still Flows- Taylors
  60. Tough As A Pine Knot- Jessica Horton
  61. I’ve Ever Been Glad- Kingsmen
  62. Sometimes It’s You- Isbell Family
  63. Who I Am Today- Melissa Evans
  64. Life- Battle Cry
  65. Hold On- Reliance
  66. He’s Coming Again- Joyaires
  67. I’m Reminded- The Dodsons
  68. Be That Kind- Zane & Donna King
  69. Bass Medley- BROS.4
  70. Better- Chandlers
  71. God’s Gonna Give You A Testimony- Frosts
  72. Real Truth Revival- Real Truth Revival
  73. Listen To My Heart- Answered Prayer
  74. He Knows My Name- Rochesters
  75. I Got Saved- Fields Of Grace
  76. I’m Going To Heaven- Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
  77. Everybody Ought To Praise His Name- Chronicle
  78. Jesus Cares For Me- Ball Brothers
  79. Good To Go- Pathfinders
  80. 3 Nails, 3 Days- Greg Sullivan
  81. His Eye Is On The Sparrow- Lauren Talley
  82. Wings Of Prayer- Michael Combs
  83. Love Always Finds A Way- Johnson Edition
  84. Black Sheep- Mary Burke
  85. Thank You For Saving Me- Phillips Family
  86. His Name Is God- The Edwards Family
  87. I’m In Good Hands- Mark Bishop
  88. I’ll Give You Grace- Britton Family
  89. He Has Made A Way- Steve Ladd
  90. The Time Is Near- Ben McGalliard
  91. The Meeting In The Air- Chuck Wagon Gang
  92. Still – Riley Harrison Clark
  93. I’m Not Who I Used To Be- Tonja Rose
  94. It Took The Cross- Griffith Family
  95. Another One Like Him- Master’s Voice
  96. Straight And Narrow Road- Blood Bought
  97. Everytime- Mary Burke
  98. Shoulder To Shoulder- Blythe Family
  99. Worthy- BJ Jenkins
  100. Love Still Holds Our Scars- Blake & Jenna Bolerjack

*This chart will be published in the December Issue of SGN SCOOPS.




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Kevin Chambers: Are you “gifted” or “called”?

Written by Staff on November 12, 2019 – 11:57 am -

Kevin Chambers: Are you "gifted" or "called"?Be Who You Are — For God’s Glory! By  Kevin Chambers

I surrendered the call to preach in 1997. It was some time after that when I began to seriously study the scriptural concepts of gifts and calling. I’d like to share some things that I learned on that journey, in the hope that it might help you in your daily pursuit of Godly wisdom.

The best place to begin a study of these concepts is Romans 11:29, “For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance.” I found in my studies that gifts is plural but calling is singular. I searched the Bible diligently for every occurrence of any form of the words “call,” “called,” “calling,” etc. 

Kevin Chambers: Are you "gifted" or "called"?After extensive study, I found exactly one calling in the Bible. It is the call to be saved, to come to Christ, to join the family of God. I discovered that every other religious use of that word was something invented quite recently (in terms of the age of the Church) and outside the Bible.

I learned that when John Bunyan wrote of his calling in his amazing autobiography, “Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners,” he meant something notably different from what we think of today. In the section “Imprisonment in November 1660,” he wrote of being examined by magistrates who urged him to “content (himself) with following his calling” and not preach, since that was against the law! Bunyan himself answered that he could “…do both these without confusion, follow my calling and preach the Word also.”

My point is that any religious “calling” (other than salvation) is a new concept that was not known as recently as Bunyan’s day. In that courtroom, all concerned knew that Bunyan’s calling was as a tinker (one who repairs pots and pans). In 1660 England, one’s calling was their regular job. There was no religious connotation in the word.

Eagle's Wings with Kevin Chambers

Eagle’s Wings with Kevin Chambers (far right)

I also noted in my Biblical studies in I Timothy 3:1-7, qualifications for a Bishop, generally understood to be equivalent to the modern idea of a pastor/shepherd/overseer, there is no mention of a calling. Verse one says “…if a man desire the office of a Bishop, he desireth a good work.” Honestly, there is no call to preach in the Bible at all. There are numerous commands to preach. There is desire to preach. But, you must look elsewhere to find the call to any ministry.

I learned that in the early church, any man who was of age, past his bar mitzvah, was welcome to read from scripture and make comments, or preach. They were to speak by two or three at most in any meeting to avoid confusion, and the pastor, literally “overseer,” should watch and call out any errors in love, not hostility; see I Corinthians 14:29-32. There was no “clergy” class. This was something conceived much later, for very questionable motives in the organized church hierarchy.

So, what does this have to do with Southern gospel music? I’m glad you asked.

Eagle's Wings with Kevin ChambersThere are many people in the ministry; preaching, singing, teaching, who at some point claimed or still claim an extra-Biblical “calling” on their lives. Once they made this claim and started down the path, they were trapped. They often have discovered that they do not have the gifts truly needed for that particular pursuit. That is not to say they do not have gifts, but they are afraid to manifest those gifts, since they have said that God called them to do some other specific thing, their “calling”.

Many times, this drives a person to literal despair, all while staying busy and active in their professed calling, knowing inside that they are not equipped to do the job.

The Bible is amazingly clear on the very plural subject of gifts. Paul, in Ephesians 4:7 and 4:11-12, speaks of the various gifts God has given to equip the Church. He also explains, like the body with many parts in I Corinthians 12, that we all have something valuable to contribute. Romans 12 puts it so beautifully. Please read Romans 12:3-8 if you get nothing else from this article.

Some people say they are specially called and that is between them and God. Others wait, pray and beg God for countless years, waiting for a mysterious calling, one that God never mentioned as necessary. Some believe they are gifted in one specific area, but, if they would be honest with themselves and God, then act logically and use their God-given strengths or gifts, they could lead much happier lives.

My earnest desire for you, the reader, is that you, courageously, “Be who you are… for God!”

We are all gifted in some way (Romans 12:3-8) 

We are all called (Philippians 3:14)

God has a plan for you (Ephesians 4:12) 

Don’t try to be something you are not (Psalm 84:10)

Never be afraid of failure (Proverbs 24:16)

Don’t let man’s idea of success be your standard. Noah and Jeremiah had public ministries that were dismal failures, by man’s account. Just do something to the glory of God. Keep trying until you find your gift. Remember this: “And some of them of understanding shall fall, to try them, and to purge, and to make them white, even to the time of the end: because it is yet for a time appointed.” (Daniel 11:35)

Like the prospective pastor in I Timothy 3:1, if you have a desire to spread the good news of the Gospel in songs or sermons or books or any other way, then that desire is a good thing. I don’t believe the devil ever plants desires like that.

If you get to sing, “Jesus Loves Me,” and “Amazing Grace,” to a group of 10 people, God is praised. And one of them might understand a little bit more of the love of God, or how amazing his grace really is, that is a successful ministry.

Be who you are, for God. Don’t let religious language and concepts keep you from finding and using your God-given gifts to glorify him.

I hope this helps someone in their daily walk with the Lord.

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Eagle’s Wings

By Kevin Chambers

Kevin Chambers sings vocals, plays mandolin, bass and guitar with Eagle’s Wings. He is the music director at Central Baptist Church in Jasper, Alabama. He is also a maritime security analyst.

Kevin’s credentials include: “U.S. Air Force Active Duty, U.S. Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard, Civil Air Patrol-USAF Auxiliary, US Coast Guard AMSC Civilian… 35 years of working “in/for/with” the military in one capacity or another… I just hope we can keep a free country for the next generation… Then it would be worth all the trouble.”

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The Lefevre Quartet Announces Two New Members

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on November 11, 2019 – 3:00 pm -

The Lefevre Quartet Announces Two New Members

The Lefevre Quartet Announces Two New Members

The LeFevre Quartet is excited to announce two new members to the group’s lineup. Mike and Jordan LeFevre welcome Jay Parrack as their new tenor singer and Will Lane as their new bass singer. Parrack’s roots run deep in the Southern Gospel genre. Jay sang tenor with Gold City for over ten years and left the road at the top of his game after being voted the Singing News Favorite Young Artist five times and Favorite Tenor twice at the Singing News Fan Awards. Jay’s father, Johnny Parrack was a featured singer with Kingsmen Quartet for most of his career. Lane’s phenomenal bass singing has been a staple in the gospel circuit for over a decade.

The duo replaces Jeremy Peace and Keith Plott in the group, and both will be missed. “Jeremy Peace and Keith Plott have both been valuable parts of the LeFevre Quartet for the last several years. Jordan and I will always cherish their contributions to our ministry as well as their friendship,” says Mike LeFevre. “However, change is inevitable, and we are thrilled to announce that Jay Parrack and Will Lane will be joining the LeFevre Quartet.”

The group continues its highly successful relationship with New Day Records, a division of Daywind Music Group. “We are excited to work with the LeFevre Quartet’s new lineup on upcoming music to release in 2020,” says Scott Godsey, Vice President and Director of A&R for New Day Records.

New Day Records is a division of Daywind Music Group and home to the Lefevre Quartet, Tim Menzies, HighRoad, Griffith Family, and The Sound. The label is distributed to retail through New Day Christian Distributors, covering all major physical and digital outlets.

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Dove Award Winning Recording Artist, TaRanda Greene, Releases New Christmas Recording

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on November 11, 2019 – 2:23 pm -

Dove Award Winning Recording Artist, TaRanda Greene, Releases New Christmas Recording

Dove Award Winning Recording Artist, TaRanda Greene, Releases New Christmas Recording

Nashville, TN  – Just in time for the Holiday Season, StowTown Records announces the digital release of a new Christmas recording from one of Christian music’s most iconic voices, TaRanda Greene. Spirit of Christmas is reintroduced as a “Deluxe Version” featuring 5 new songs! This project marks the first of its kind from the 2019 GMA Dove Award winner for Inspirational Song of the Year. “Christmas is such a special time of the year and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to produce the deluxe version of this Christmas recording,” TaRanda says with a big smile.

Spirit of Christmas Deluxe features several Christmas classics, including “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” “Jingle Bells,” “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” and “Silver Bells,”  just to name a few. Also included are show stoppers like “O Holy Night,” “I Wonder As I Wander” and sure-to-become-classics like “Give Love On Christmas Day” and the title cut, “Spirit of Christmas.” The remake of the Whitney Houston classic “Who Would Imagine A King?” is another welcome addition to this stellar recording.

“This recording is very special to me,” TaRanda explains. “People always ask for classic Christmas songs, so that is what we wanted to do. With five of the songs having a three-piece band, we wanted to take the listener back to a time when life was much more simple; when kids popped popcorn, strung it around the Christmas tree, and the family snuggled around the fireplace and reflected on the true Reason for the Season, the birth of the Christ Child. This recording was so much fun to record, and I hope the listener enjoys the finished product as much as I enjoyed recording it.”

For years, TaRanda has been inspiring listeners worldwide with her authenticity, energy and unmatched vocal ability. This latest recording effort will no doubt offer listeners even more inspiration. Spirit of Christmas Deluxe promises to offer much listening enjoyment throughout the 2019 Holiday Season and quite possibly for many years to come.

Spirit of Christmas Deluxe is distributed by Sony/Provident Distribution and is available worldwide on all digital music platforms.

TaRanda: Spirit of Christmas Deluxe Track List:
Still, Still, Still/O Holy Night
Give Love On Christmas Day
Cool Yule w/Up On The Housetop
Who Would Imagine A King?
Jesus, What A Wonderful Child w/I’m His Child
I Wonder As I Wander
That Spirit of Christmas
Auld Lang Syne
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
Jingle Bells
O Come, O Come Emmanuel
Silver Bells

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Saluting all Veterans on Veterans Day

Written by Staff on November 11, 2019 – 9:34 am -

Veterans Day



Today on SGNScoops, we take a moment to salute all of the Veterans that have given of their lives for our freedom. We salute those who have left and never returned, those who have left and have returned differently, and those who have stayed on this land but live to protect our freedom.

This day is recognized in America as Veterans Day, and in Canada as Remembrance Day. Across both countries we honour those Veterans who have joined in the battle to give us peace.

The history of Veterans Day in America:

1919 – November 11: President Wilson proclaims the first Armistice Day with the following words: “To us in America, the reflections of armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of the nations…” The name was later changed to Veterans Day.

What is a VeteranThe original concept for the celebration was for the suspension of business for a two minute period beginning at 11 A.M., with the day also marked by parades and public meetings.

Veterans DayJoin us here at SGNScoops today as we reflect and remember, and give thanks.

We are thankful for all of those who died for our freedom. We are also thankful for Jesus who died for our ultimate freedom and eternal life. Enjoy this song as performed by the Triumphant Quartet, “Somebody Died For Me.”

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Southern Gospel Weekend Adds to Artist Lineup for 2020

Written by scoopsnews on November 10, 2019 – 7:23 pm -

SGW 2020

Oxford, AL (November 11th, 2019) – Southern Gospel Weekend is coming to the Oxford Civic Center in beautiful Oxford, Alabama on March 19-21, 2020. We are excited to announce “Southern Country Grass”, an exciting mix of some of the best in Southern Gospel, Christian Country, and Bluegrass Gospel Music.  Southern Gospel Weekend is proud to announce the next three Artists that have been chosen for the event.


Southern Gospel- Master Peace Quartet




East Ridge Boys


Christian Country-

The Freemans

The Oxford Civic Center is located at 401 McCullars Lane.  Special Southern Gospel weekend Hotel Rates and Ticket information to be announced this week.

Save the date and stay tuned!

For more information: Vonda Easley Armstrong  256-310-7892



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Creekside Memory- Karen Connell

Written by scoopsnews on November 10, 2019 – 4:08 am -

Creekside Memory

Creekside was memorable to me for a few reasons this year.

#1) thankful to have Heather with us as she initially thought she’d have to miss due to school.

#2) I’m loving watching the friendships among my girls and the rest of the younger generation develop. They just “get” each other with what they do and why they do it.

#3) God’s protection! We had TWO instances that could have been disastrous, but God! Heather had Hannah, Lyndsey & Tiffany in the car with her late one night. She misjudged the turn into the hotel and hit the sidewalk resulting in a busted tire! 😳 Chris spent most of Thursday working to get it fixed. Then, on the way home on Friday, not realizing just how sleepy I was, I fell asleep while driving on the interstate while Chris and Heather watched helplessly from the car in front of us. Thankfully, as my vehicle skidded into the median I was jolted awake. We managed to stop and Hannah and I were okay, just shaken. Needless to say we switched drivers! So thankful it was no worse AND there were NO other cars around us at that moment.

#4) Completely and utterly enjoyed the Browders!

Thank y’all for all the hard work for a great week of fellowship and worship at Creekside.

The Connells

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GOLD CITY, KINGSMEN headline Thanksgiving gospel concert

Written by Staff on November 9, 2019 – 11:41 am -

GOLD CITY, KINGSMEN headline Thanksgiving gospel concertAlabama’s Oldest and Largest Thanksgiving Gospel Sing, featuring Gold City and the Kingsmen, returns to Florence, Ala., at the Florence Coliseum on Friday, November 29th, at 7:00 p.m.!  This concert event has been a Gospel Music tradition in the Shoals area for over 30 years.
The Kingsmen's "Victory Shout" is a powerful anthemFeatured at this year’s concert will be GOLD CITY, KINGSMEN, INSPIRATIONS, and the PERRYS.
GOLD CITY, KINGSMEN headline Thanksgiving gospel concertNo tickets are required for admission!  A $15 donation per person will be requested at the door for the concert, and a love offering received during the concert for FCC Ministries.
The Inspirations tell stories of God’s presence on Right Where He Is

The Inspirations tell stories of God’s presence on Right Where He Is

Doors open at 6:00 p.m., and all seating is general admission.

GOLD CITY, KINGSMEN headline Thanksgiving gospel concertFlorence Coliseum is located at 702 Veterans Drive in Florence.
For more information, call (941) 756-6942.

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