Dan Keeton has shared his story of being abused as a child to fulfilling a life long dream of sharing the Gospel music stage with his childhood heroes.
Best known for his time as tenor vocalist with The Gold City Quartet and The Dixie Melody Boys, Dan has embarked in a new ministry. The focus of this new ministry is to help hurting families and children who are victims of domestic violence and child abuse.
In 2013, Dan left Gold City to start an organization to help people who have been through abuse as he has. “I want to use this foundation in partnership with the music I love, to promote happiness and harmony in the American family and only God can truly heal broken families and children.”
If you truly care about someone who is dealing with life after abuse or someone who is currently in an abusive situation, they really should experience a Dan Keeton event.
You owe it to those you love to help them. To host an event or invite Dan to speak and perform for your church or organization, contact The American Harmony Foundation.
American Harmony Foundation
1552 S St Hwy 207
Rush, Ky. 41168