This weekend’s Harmony Road television program will be the first of two to exclusively feature videos from the 2012 National Quartet Convention. Harmony Road is teaming up with the convention to help promote the last NQC in Louisville, before it moves to Pigeon Forge, TN in 2014. The dates for this year’s historic event are September 8-14.
Hosted by Singing News Publisher and Solid Gospel Radio host Les Butler, Harmony Road can be found weekly on TNN/The Nashville Network and other broadcast stations and cable outlets. More information can be found at www.harmonyroadtv.com. Viewers are also encouraged to “like” Harmony Road on Facebook at www.facebook.com/harmonyroadtv to be entered in a contest to win a pair of tickets to this year’s evening events at the National Quartet Convention. Other contests will follow with chances to win an online streaming package and more.
Clarke Beasley, Executive Vice President of the National Quartet Convention says “We are delighted to be partnering with Harmony Road to help promote the 2013 NQC, which will be a very special and historic year as we conclude a wonderful era in Louisville, Kentucky.” Roger Spears, Harmony Road Producer adds “Clarke and the staff at the National Quartet Convention have offered encouraging support of Harmony Road since its inception. We’re proud to team up with them on this series of programs and the exciting contests”. Music on this week’s program includes Legacy 5 with “Living in the Palace”, Tribute Quartet with “Homesick Angel”, “The Old White Flag”, performed by the Triumphant Quartet, Mark Bishop with “God Builds Churches with Broken People” and Jeff and Sheri Easter (with special guest Les Butler on piano) bring us “A Little Bit of Sunshine”.
Other members of the Harmony Road team include Gospel musican Cody McVey with interviews and stories from the road as well as Allan Rhodes, Technical Director.