Michael English to Host Celebration featuring Goodman Revival, Rambo McGuire, Joseph Habedank, Nelons, Bowlings, Isaacs, Perrys, Jim Brady Trio, Blackwood Brothers, Mark Trammell Quartet and many more
NASHVILLE — The Southern Gospel Music Guild is making final preparations to honor two of the industry’s most iconic figures – Dottie Rambo and Rusty Goodman – during the 2015 SGMG Harmony Honors. The annual event will be held at the Trinity Broadcasting Network’s famed Trinity Music City in Hendersonville, TN pm on April 21, 2015 at 7:00 PM CT.
Michael English will host the evening as the songs and legacy of Goodman and Rambo are honored throughout the evening by the best and brightest in Southern Gospel.
Among the musical guests for this year’s Harmony Honors will be Goodman Revival, the Nelons, Rambo McGuire, Joseph Habedank, the Blackwood Brothers Quartet, the Bowlings, the Jim Brady Trio, the LeFevre Quartet, the Perrys, the Browders, Three Bridges, Freedom Quartet, the Isaacs, the Old Paths Quartet, the Mark Trammell Quartet, Gold City, and Tribute Quartet.
TBN Vice President Matthew Crouch commented, “We’re privileged once again to host the Harmony Honors. It is a thrill to honor the legacy of Dottie Rambo and Rusty Goodman. The inspiring messages and rich harmonies of Southern Gospel music has blessed generations of TBN viewers and we are excited to welcome the SGMG to Trinity Music City and TBN once again.”
Admission to the live TBN taping of the Harmony Honors on April 21, 2015 at Trinity Music City is free to the public, with 1,200 seats available. Doors open at 6 p.m. (Central Time) and the program begins at 7 p.m.