Three Bridges Perform On Harmony Honors

Three Bridges Perform On Harmony Honors
Three Bridges Perform
On Harmony Honors

Nashville, TN Award winning trio, Three Bridges performed on the Harmony Honors show, presented by the Southern Gospel Music Guild on June 7 in honor of Gospel legend, Les Beasley and the Gospel Singing Jubilee TV Show.  Members Elliott McCoy, Shannon Smith and Jeremie Hudson sang, “He Touched Me,” written by Bill Gaither in commemoration of the original songs that were a part of the Gospel Singing Jubilee.  Adding their talents to this spectacular show were Jason Crabb, Ronny Hinson, Freedom Quartet, Inspirations and Karen Peck & New River and others.  Trinity Music City  was the perfect venue to host this gala event. 

The Harmony Honors, hosted by the Southern Gospel Music Guild, annually honors a legend in the Gospel music industry.  The Southern Gospel Music Guild exists as an organization to honor members of the industry, preserve Southern Gospel Music and its roots, while educating others on the industry and genre itself.  This year, Les Beasley was chosen as their honoree.  Les Beasley, one of Gospel Music’s pioneers, is known for his role as lead singer and manager for the Florida Boys as well as producing the Gospel Singing Jubilee.

Beasley was at the forefront of Gospel Music TV in the 70’s, producing the Gospel Singing Jubilee, a nationally syndicated program that aired for over two decades.  Many well-known, longstanding Gospel music groups such as the Inspirations, Rambos, and Happy Goodmans credit the Gospel Singing Jubilee for providing them this platform which helped to introduce them to the world.  Elliott McCoy says of Les Beasley’s success in the Southern Gospel music industry, “He is what we in the music business would consider a legend…a living legend.  To me the highlight of the evening was just to honor Les and to hang out with him.”

Three Bridges was honored to be a part of this incredible night.  In the past several months Three Bridges has signed with Butler Music Group’s management division, released their newest album, Jesus Saves, as well as releasing their current radio single, “Made Up Mind,” made which landed on the Singing News Top New Release chart in its first month of being on the radio.  Three Bridges continues to engage fans with their unique sound, commanding stage presence and genuine hearts for ministry.  Three Bridges is currently in the studio working on their new Hymns and Classics album.  With new projects on the horizon, Three Bridges can’t wait to see where the Lord leads them next.

The Harmony Honors show is set to air on July 15 on Trinity Broadcast Network.  For more information on the Southern Gospel Music Guild and Harmony Honorsvisit

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