Bruce Carroll, Steve Camp, Scott Wesley Brown among artists in Legends Event 2016

Chrisagis Brothers Legends tour with Scott Wesley Brown,Leon Patillo,Dave Boyer, Bruce Carroll, Steve Camp
Chrisagis Brothers Legends tour with Scott Wesley Brown,Leon Patillo,Dave Boyer, Bruce Carroll, Steve Camp

The award winning duo, the Chrisagis Brothers, put together the second annual Legends Event 2016. This year they showcased five incredible singers: the anointed balladeer with a missionary heart one of Christian Music’s most beloved singer / songwriters – Scott Wesley Brown; from Santana to Hosanna, the rock star who changed the face of Christian Music forever, Leon Patillo; the Big Band Crooner, a true legend with one of the strongest voices in music, Dave Boyer; the multi-Grammy Award winner for his Country style music, seven Dove Awards and 11 top hits, Bruce Carroll; the preacher crying out in the wilderness like John the Baptist, who had 21 hit songs that hit number one on the charts, Steve Camp.

The crowds went nuts and revival hit Bethel Park, Pennsylvania as the artists took the stage. The 14112035_1181134418617439_629407967_nChrisagis Brothers sang the opening song and hosted the event which was a variety type show. Throughout the night videos from Evie, Honeytree, Steve Archer, Farrell & Farrell, Chuck Girard, Kim Boyce, Greg Nelson, and Word Record’s Dusty Wells played greetings. There were also heartfelt tributes to such greats as Larry Norman “If I Were a Singer,” sung by Steve Camp and Laurie Labishak, Mark Heard performed a tribute version of “Castaway,” by Bruce Carroll and Becki Hedrick, and a tribute to Walter Hawkins “Oh Happy Day,” was performed by Leon Patillo, Brian Chrisagis and a 70 voice choir that got the entire audience up and rocking. The night included two dance groups for two different numbers and an American Tribute with Veterans and flags, engaging the audience with the Las Vegas-style production.
14112022_1180659905331557_528757906_nDave Boyer and the Chrisagis Brothers then paid tribute to the Gaithers by singing a medley of their songs. Emotions ran high as Scott Wesley Brown and Shawn Chrisagis sang a new song, “Finally There,” paying tribute to all those who carried the message of Jesus and are in Heaven today. The Holy Spirit ministered in a powerful way as Steve Camp gave the message and altar call.

With the two years of huge success with the events, Brian and Shawn Chrisagis are forming a organization for the pioneers of Christian music with Leon Patillo, Scott Wesley Brown and Bruce Carroll to help Vets in music survive.

14089578_1180664591997755_1840104081_nNext year they are hoping to do four events per year and have the Legends tour in different cities. So be on the look out for this amazing tour. For more info on next years Legends please log onto: chrisagisbrothersministries.org14088837_1180661788664702_26901113_n