Gospel Harmony Boys to perform at county fair
Respected as one of America’s most distinctive and experienced gospel groups, the Gospel Harmony Boys will be performing at the Randolph County Fair in Beverly on Sunday, September 8 at 2 p.m. Proceeds from the event will be dedicated to the services and operations of the Mountain Hospice patient support fund.
The Harmony Boys are known for their diverse musical styles, intricate harmonies and up-to-date renditions of the old gospel favorites. Since 1952, they have been presenting concerts all across the United States and Canada in churches, auditoriums and at fairs and festivals.
They are today one of America’s longest existing gospel groups, having recently celebrated their 60th anniversary. This highly acclaimed group was the first gospel quartet ever featured on national network television and they were inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in Dallas, Texas in 2008.
As a brotherhood of talented men who love their work, the Gospel Harmony Boys create a unique program designed to entertain and inspire. For them, it is a privilege to share with others the love and hope that they have found in their own faith. The Randolph County Fair Board is excited about inviting you to this special concert event, so plan now to join them on Sunday September 8 at 2 p.m. Bring a friend with you and be prepared for a wonderful afternoon of inspiration, great Gospel music and just plain fun with the Gospel Harmony Boys.
Tickets are available in advance by calling Mountain Hospice at 304-823-3922. Tickets will also be available at the door.