Three Bridges Debuts New Line-Up at Flood Relief Benefit Concert

Buzz Continues to Build for Group with Industry and Fans Alike!

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Exciting trio and Homeland Entertainment recording artist Three Bridges took part in a special Nashville Flood Relief benefit concert this past weekend. The group debuted its new line-up at the special event.

Elliott McCoy of Three Bridges said, “Three Bridges was honored to be a part of such a special program. Not only was this a great event for the group to get behind, but we were thrilled to debut our new line-up at the concert as well!”

It was announced earlier this month that celebrated vocalists Shannon Smith and Jeremie Hudson would be joining the popular trio. A large portion of those in attendance came to hear the group, and the audience response was tremendous after the group performed.

“I have received dozens of emails from people in attendance at the concert,” Elliott continued. “We received so many positive comments from friends, fans, industry workers, and more! We really feel like this is an exciting new season for the group, and we are expecting great things in our future.”

Deon Unthank of (formerly was in attendance during the concert and said, “This new group is really exceptional. Their chemistry both on and off stage makes them an artist to continue to watch in this industry. Three Bridges seems to be on the right path. They are destined to touch a lot of lives through their ministry and music!”

In addition to Three Bridges, several of Southern Gospel’s brightest names appeared at the special Flood Relief benefit concert this past Friday evening, May 14, 2010. The event was designed to help raise funds to aid in relief from the devastating floods that hit Nashville and other Middle Tennessee communities earlier this month.

Other artists that participated in the event included Palmetto State Quartet, Sunday Edition, Men of Music, Freedom, Dianne Sherrill, The Sargents, Firm Foundation Quartet, Allen Frizzell, Angelina McKeithen, The Songfellows, Mystery Men Quartet, Jeremy Calloway, and Southern Salvation. Award-winning Country singer Naomi Judd served as the special guest emcee for the program as well.

Three Bridges recently scored their latest Top 10 hit according to the April 2010 issue of the Singing News Top 80 chart. “It Took His Breath Away,” from the Homeland Records release Another Blessing peaked #10 last month.  The song has also been a regular fixture on the (formerly Top 40 Weekly Chart, Christian Voice Magazine Top 100, Top 40 Fan Chart, and other charts.

For more information on Three Bridges, visit them on the web at or . Three Bridges will also be a regular featured artist on the upcoming national television program “Brush Arbor Jubilee” as will be shown on numerous networks and local cable markets nationwide.