Saturday News Roundup #161
- A benefit concert for Tracy Stuffle has been announced. It will be held March 19th at Christ Church in Nashville, TN. Groups appearing will include the Oak Ridge Boys, Dailey & Vincent, Jason Crabb, Mark Lowry, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, The Isaacs, The Booth Brothers, The Collingsworth Family, The Hoppers, Gold City, Karen Peck & New River, The Bowlings, and The Perrys. More information is here.
- LeFevre Quartet alumni Stacy Bragg and Stephen Sigmon have launched a new group, Sounds of Jericho. Other quartet members are Ken Thomas and Matt Tyler. Bragg and Sigmon were both with the version of the LeFevre Quartet that won Horizon Group of the Year in the 2006 Singing News Fan Awards.
Free live-streaming concerts coming up this weekend:
- Saturday, March 2: Soul’d Out Quartet at Lake Gibson Church, 6 PM Eastern, streaming here
- Sunday, March 3: LeFevre Quartet at Lake Gibson Chuch, 6 PM Eastern, streaming here
From a recent concert with Mark Trammell Quartet and Greater Vision (hat tip, PB):
It’s open thread Saturday—you decide!
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