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Creekside Gospel Music Convention

October 2010 Issue is now available!

Written by Kelly on October 5, 2010 – 10:06 pm -

The October 2010 issue of SGN Scoops is now available for download. Click on the cover to read your issue in user-friendly .PDF format.

In this edition, we talk to cutting edge gospel great Ernie Hasse and members of Signature Sound as they ready a release of their tribute to The Cathedral Quartet, to embark upon a supporting world tour, and perhaps to find… the next signature sound. Meanwhile, NQC alotted us the chance to chat with folks like Sheri Easter and Sue Dodge, while the reopening of Nashville’s Gaylord Opryland Hotel brought about a special interview with Louise Mandrell.  Our columnists serve up tidbits about dreams, nightmares, zoos, the recession, and Shakespeare.

Seriously… you better start reading now!

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Benefit for Kenya

Written by Rhonda on August 26, 2010 – 5:51 am -

We S.E.E.K. Your Help!
(Suba Environmental Education of Kenya)
A benefit will be held on Thursday, September 2nd at 6:30 at the Nashville Palace 2611 McGavock Pike, Nashville, TN.  The featured guests are: Barbara, Louise and Irlene Mandrell and the African Dance Group.  Other music will be provided by Raul Malo, Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Review, Christy Sutherland and others. (subject to change)  An auction will take place with items donated by: Reba Mcentire, Kenny Chesney, Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, Lee Ann Womack, The Nashville Predators, Dolly Parton, Opryland Hotel, Purity Ice Cream, Barbara Mandrell and many more.  Tickets are $30.00 and can be purchased at or by calling 615-485-8300.
 S.E.E.K. is a Nashville based charity that changes the lives of thousands of Kenyons.  Through widow ministry, environmental education, caring for the orphans and helping the Kenyons living with HIV, this organization makes a difference.  You can make a difference too!  Join us for music and dining.  The ticket price is the amount of money it takes to care for one child with HIV for one month.  This includes food, medicine, education and protection.  100% of the proceeds go directly to S.E.E.K. 

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