First Concert Of Gold City’s Heritage Of Gold Tour Is A Huge Success

First Concert Of Gold City's Heritage Of Gold Tour Is A Huge Success
First Concert Of Gold City’s Heritage Of Gold Tour Is A Huge Success

Gadsden, Alabama – As would only be expected the first in a series of Gold City Heritage Tour concerts was a huge success. Featuring many of the past and present members of Gold City the crowd was raptured back to so many great moment of years gone by and yet seeing the future of this great group.

Ramrod for the Gold City Heritage Tour is former Lead singer Jonathan Wilburn. Jonathan states, “It was such and honor to spend sixteen years as a member of Gold City Quartet, and I learned so much from being with them. I’m just thrilled to be able to give back to them now is this capacity of helping to promote these inspiring concerts.”

Gold City fan Dee Ann Bailey had this to say about the concert “Last night I got to enjoy an amazing evening of music & testimony at the Gold City Heritage concert. It was fantastic to see the singers switch in and out doing so many of their hits as well as popular songs of these groups birthed from Gold City! How tremendous to see them work together with no egos or disharmony.” Continuing she said “And the ‘costal’ came out in the Baptist a few times last night. Especially in It’s Still The Cross”.

Another Gold City fan, Brett Hackett made this comment “Heritage of Gold reunion concert last night in Gadsden, Alabama at North Glencoe Baptist Church was absolutely awesome. If you don’t have the opportunity to see it, change your plans. You will not regret it.”

The concert featured Current members of Gold City along with the Wilburn & Wilburn, the LeFevre Quartet, and Jay Parrack and Vocal Event.

The future concerts will feature other former Gold City members such as Steve Ladd, Ivan Parker and Jay Parrack as they are available.

The tour will continue with the next Heritage concert in East Tennessee at the Lenoir City High School Auditorium in Lenoir City, Tennessee on August 7, 2015. For more information about the event call 423-420-9408.