Make your plans to be with all of the former members of the Mid South Boys and MidSouth as they “Reunite for a Cause!” Robby McGee, Bobby Bowen, Donnie Lewis, Rick Francis, Tony Turner, Joe Cook, Kent Humphrey and Jason Humphrey and will reunite for a special evening of Gospel Music!
When: Friday, October 4, 2013 at 7:30pm (Central Time)
Where: Cornerstone Church in Madison, Tennessee (Nashville)
Cornerstone Church is located at 726 W. Old Hickory Blvd. in Madison, Tennessee (Nashville).
Take I-65, north of Nashville to Exit 92 (Old Hickory Blvd. exit).
VIP Seating Available! (First Come, First Served.)
We’re going to reserve a special VIP section up front for the first 100 folks that request them, of course we are going to take care of our immediate families to have great seats but, here’s a chance to get yours too.
To reserve your VIP seat, send an email to: email@example.com
Be sure to email your name and mailing address and Donnie Lewis will personally send your VIP ticket to you. The quicker you respond, the better seat you will have. Order all you need but PLEASE, use all the tickets that you request!
This event is called “MidSouth – Reunited For A Cause.” Admission is FREE! A love offering will be taken to benefit the Oasis Children’s Home in Chennai, India.
You’ll enjoy a LIVE band as the members of MidSouth once again perform songs like “City Lights,” “Resting Place,” “That’s My Child,” “Down To Earth,” “Sin Met Grace,” “Tabernacle,” “We’ll Go To The Well,” “You Were At The End Of Every Road,” “Without You, I Haven’t Got A Prayer,” “Every River Has A Bridge,” and many, MANY more!
During the 1980s and 90s, the Mid South Boys and MidSouth band were touring groups who helped to define the musical genres now known as Christian Country, Inspirational Country and Positive Country music. They have won numerous awards, including a Singing News Fan Award for Favorite Newcomer and a Dove Award for Country Recorded Song of the Year for “Without You, I Haven’t Got A Prayer.” In 1992, they garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Southern Gospel Album. They also helped to launch a successful “Feed The Children” tour. Eventually, they dropped “Boys” from the name, and just went by the name “MidSouth.” The group disbanded in 1997.
Robby McGee, former manager, keyboard player and tenor vocalist for the group says, “To say that the band is excited to be getting back together for one big night of music and memories would be an understatement! Since we announced the reunion concert, the stories that people have shared about the impact our music has made in their lives is truly humbling and will definitely make this a night to remember!”
MidSouth lead singer Bobby Bowen states, “I am so excited about the MidSouth reunion! I spent 15 wonderful years with the group and those were some of the best years of my life. It will be almost 16 years since we all got off the road back in 1997. To be able to sing our hit songs with all of the guys again will be one of the great joys of my life! You do not want to miss this concert!”
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