Chordsmen Quartet to Hold 3rd Anniversary Sing/ CD Release Concert


The Chordsmen are located in Greenville, SC. They consist of Harold Jennings, Jerry Jennings, Stephen Williams and their new baritone, Randy Leslie. They invite you to join them for this very special evening in their career when they will be releasing a brand new project, as well as holding their Third Anniversary Celebration.

When speaking to Jerry last night, he shared this about the upcoming project: “This new project happened all at once. We were approached by The Grissops, a great group of friends that introduced us to our producer, Eddie Howard, who offered us a fantastic deal on a live recording session. I love to just get out of the way and let God handle it all. This is definitely the best project that we have done and we want Him to be glorified.”

It will be a very special night indeed as they honor founding members to Thomas Jennings and his brother, Gary Jennings. Also joining them that night are some former members: Keith “Doc” Jennings, Dale Loudermilk, Don Knight, Bubba Epps, Zack Epps, Ted Brady and Alex Wengerd. Some songs that you can expect to hear that night are: “I Wouldn’t Take Nothing For My Journey Now,” “Somebody Stand Up,” “Whiter Than Snow,” and “I Still Cling To The Old Rugged Cross.”

Their publicist, Andrew Brunet, releases this statement: “The Chordsmen are a great group of men, who truly show their love for God and minister to the lost about the One who died for all of our sins, Jesus Christ.”

You can join them May 21st at New Hope Baptist Church in West Pelzer, South Carolina. They will also be holding a spaghetti dinner for $7. You can find out more information about the Chordsmen on their website,

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