The Williamsons

Carolina Reunion

Creekside Gospel Music Convention

The Isaacs In Concert For The Russell O’Neal Impact Foundation

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on April 9, 2014 – 2:04 pm -

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Hinsons Tribute Concert

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 10, 2014 – 3:23 pm -

Hinsons singing Hinsons! After many years of speculation and countless requests, Weston & Christy Hinson are taking a night to tip their hat to the rich heritage that helped shaped who they are in the Gospel Music field today… The Original Hinsons! Come join them on March 7, 2014 for a night of familiar songs and hallelujah atmosphere with live music and Special Guest, Ronny Hinson, of the Original Hinsons, to share the stage in an event that is sure to be talked about for a long time after it is over…A Night To Remember THE HINSONS!!

March 7, 2014 – 7pm (Doors will open at 6pm) Kidd-Key Auditorium 400 Elm St, Sherman, TX 75090
Tickets are available through iTickets and are priced as follows: Advanced Purchased Tickets are $22 for Artist Circle and $17 for General Reserved Tickets purchased at the door are $25 for Artist Circle and $20 for General Reserved Children under 12 are $10 Children 2 and under are FREE To purchase tickets or get more information please call (214) 929-3592 Or BUY INSTANTLY ONLINE at http://www.itickets.com/events/321721.html

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Spring Sing 2014

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 8, 2014 – 1:20 pm -

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Creekside Gospel Music Convention 2014 In Pigeon Forge Tn

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on January 26, 2014 – 2:27 pm -

Artists, we invite you to Pigeon Forge on November 3, 4 and 5th, to sing on the Main Stage of Creekside Gospel Music Convention! For information on booth space, contact Rob Patz at rob@sgnscoops.com today!

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Rockport Gospel Music Festival

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on January 3, 2014 – 9:59 pm -

2014gospel-festivalFor more information on the Rockport Gospel Music Festival, or the Gospel Force Quartet, please contact Gary Howard at R.G.M.F. @ P. O. Box 2643, Rockport, Texas, 78381, or call 361.205.2789. Email address is grhoward76@gmail.com.


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Gospel Music Today On SGNScoops.com

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on December 30, 2013 – 10:02 am -


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Southern Gospel Community On Facebook Sees Growth

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on December 27, 2013 – 6:14 pm -

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Tune-In Alert – Mark Dubbeld Family On FOX

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on December 23, 2013 – 11:33 pm -

Nashville, TN (December 23, 2013) Mansion Recording Artist, The Mark Dubbeld Family will finish the year offnewdubbeldpromo5 with the 2013 Family Christmas Celebration concert tour as guest artist appearance on FOX TV 21/27 or www.fox2127.com with Bob Grebe and the morning news team. The Family will perform 3 songs for the Christmas Eve Special between 7-9AM on December 24, 2013.

This years Christmas tour consisted of 12 dates in December with the family performing Warm Family Christmas, Messiah Is Come, and I’ll Give Him The Very Best I Have, songs written by Janene Dubbeld. The family also sang a blend of traditional Christmas songs such as Joy To The World, The Messiah Medley, and Oh Holy Night making the Christmas concert a special event for many friends and families.
Mark Dubbeld states “This year’s Christmas concerts were a real blessing to many. So many came up to the table after the concerts and stated that they felt they were ready for Christmas now. What a joy to share Christ during this most wonderful time of the year.”

To learn more about the Mark Dubbeld Family go to www.mjdubbeld.com or www.facebook.com/MarkDubbeldFamily .

The Mark Dubbeld Family is booked by Michael Davis & Associates and Mountain Top Talent 828-454-5917 or www.mountaintoptalent.com .


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Josh & Ashley Franks 6th Annual “ALABAMA HOMECOMING”

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on December 20, 2013 – 2:59 pm -

HCIt’s time once again for the Josh & Ashley Franks 6th Annual “ALABAMA HOMECOMING”. The concert is set for Saturday, January 4, 2014, at the beautiful Liberty Hill Church, off Hwy 431, Heflin, AL. Host, Josh & Ashley Franks have included guest; Hope’s Journey and the Allen Family from Branson, MO. Refreshments will be served beginning at 4:30p.m. and the free admission concert will begin at 6:00p.m. A free-will love offering will be received. For more information; www.joshandashleyfranks.com


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Christmas Jubilee 2013 Review By Chris Henry

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on December 9, 2013 – 3:27 pm -

photo(2)I haven’t yet seen a review on a Christmas Jubilee, and so I thought I’d give one so anyone who may be
on the fence to spend the money for tickets to this event can have some more information.

I got to catch the 10th promoted by IMC Concerts in Sacramento, which is about 100 miles from my home. But hey, with these three high-powered groups, I convinced myself that it had to be a good concert.

First, let me preface everything I’m about to say with this statement: I’ve never been a “Jubilee” fan.
Really!!! Don’t get me wrong. I was one of the two original Greater Vision fans out here in CA that
helped convince them and a promoter get GV to come out to the west coast. Legacy Five has been my
wife’s favorite group since they began, and I love their music in addition to being good friends with the
band. And I’ve been a huge fan of the Booth Brothers ever since I heard them sing “This Love is Mine”,
and that love for their music hasn’t ever diminished. That said, the Jubilee CDs have never been my cup
of tea. The CDs I have and the concerts I saw were good, but for me were just not up to the level of each
group’s individual efforts in the studio or on stage. Yes, I’m a pretty critical guy when it comes to music, but that’s who I am and always will be.

I say all this above to point out that I went into the concert very skeptical of what I would get. I was
literally thinking as I found my seat before the concert, “Ok, Gerald, let’s see what you’ve got.”

And Gerald and the gang “knocked it out of the park”! The Christmas “Magic” really made this concert a
special event – one that’s now probably in my Top 10, maybe Top 5 concerts of all time. And I’ve been to
A LOT of concerts.

They started out singing altogether with a Carol Medley, and it was followed by some new Christmas
music. Hearing this introduction of music really got me in the mood for the rest of the concert, a
concert of classic Christmas songs as well as new Christmas songs. Here are some of the highlights of the
concert:

Our Twelve Day of Christmas: Gerald introduced this song right by saying that most people can’t stand
the song because it’s so long and monotonous. So they re-wrote it! And believe me, this song was the
most fun of the night. They really sold the new lyrics, and the accompanying screen graphics made the
song really go over (hat tip to Ben Wolfe).

Carol of the Bells: This was performed acappella and was THE highlight of the night. If all you do is pay for your ticket, sit down for this song, and then walk out, you got your money’s worth. The arrangement was just amazing, and by the time they hit the end, it was a feeling of euphoria all over the building. Just amazing. It was that moment you go to a concert to see/hear, and I’ll never forget it.
Christmas Jubilee, as they said from stage, on Sunday December 8th

Oh Holy Night: Here’s where I expected Gerald to take it. Instead, they went with the Legacy 5
arrangement of this song (my personal favorite arrangement). It started with Trey Ivey playing on the
piano, then Legacy 5 singing the 2nd right before intermission. Another “moment”. It’s rare to get two of these in a concert, much less the first half.

photo(30)White Christmas: This is usually a great song on its own. But it’s also a time when Scott Howard
introduces the audience to his Redneck Snowblower. All I can say is that I’ve never laughed that hard in
the middle of any Christmas song. And my 6 year old son will probably never stop talking about it. Some
people say they’re “gonna make it rain”. Well, Howie can now say he’s “gonna make it snow.”

Celebrating Christmas: Ronnie Booth did his Elvis thing to this old Carmen song, and he did it perfectly.
But what really made it great was the “Sweet Inspirations” backing him up. Michael, Rodney, and Howie – nuff said.

Finale: This wasn’t one of those bring the house down finales. They took the last cut from the Cathedrals
A’Capella Christmas album in the 1980s and sang that as a benediction, if you will. It was beautiful and
completely preserved the “Magic” and overall precious feeling of the Christmas concert.photo31

There were other highlights, such as Rodney’s “special instrument”, Michael Booth’s crazy antics as well
as his down-to-earth message to the audience, and Gus Gaches and Chris Allman doing incredible on
their solo songs. I really liked when Trey did his “Classical Christmas” song, where he takes a Christmas
carol and mixes it with a “Sonata” (you may have seen something similar in a Legacy5 concert). I really
enjoyed how the Jubilee gang responded in very comical manner. Gerald and Howie’s back-and-forth
was hilarious during and after Trey’s song. I can’t describe it – you just have to see it to appreciate it.After three hours of incredible music, I could say that my cup was overflowing. The guys didn’t need to come off the stage and spend an hour meeting with the folks after the last song – the folks already loved them by the time we said Amen. But they stuck around anyway talking to countless people, and that’s
one of the reasons I love this music so much. You won’t see Demi Lavato or Tim McGraw doing anything
like that. I love the “family” feeling of Southern Gospel Music.

Like I said above, this is one of my all-time favorite concerts. If you’re on the fence about checking this event out, stop wrestling with the decision. GO! And if you’re not interested at all and just happen to read this, GO! If you’re fan of Southern Gospel music, Christmas music, or music, GO! Don’t make a
mistake of missing this event. Here’s hoping they do it again next year!


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