Thursday, February 25, 2010

Ron Brewer's Top Ten on SGM Radio Blog

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Ron Brewer…by Ron Brewer
Hometown: Summerville, Georgia
Since 2002, Ron has traveled throughout the United States and appeared in concerts, auditoriums, churches, revivals, camp meetings and various other venues, including the National Quartet Convention. Ron has also appeared on many syndicated Television and radio programs, and has been nominated for the 2009 Diamond Award, Soloist of the Year, 2009 Top Five Favorite Male Vocalist- Southern Gospel Music Fan Fair and the 2008 Diamond Award Top Five, Soloist of the Year.

Ron Brewer’s Top Ten
1. Please tell us the name of your latest recording and your favorite song from that CD. What is the message behind this song?
“Won To The Highest Power.” We All Came Through The Blood. I like this song because it speaks on no matter what denomination you are, we all have one thing in common, when we all get to heaven, we will all have to go through the blood of Jesus Christ.
2. What is one group highlight from the last 12 months?
I would have to say the chapel service at Christmas in the Smokies in December when we saw seven saved and 16 rededications. That was so awesome.
3. How much time do you spend daily on the Net? Favorite website?
At least 6 hours a day. Can I have more than one? Facebook and SGN Scoops.
4. What artist are you listening to right now? Who is in your player?
Jason Crabb
5. What would be your fantasy venue, the one stage in the world where you would like to sing?
The Grand Ole Opry.
6. What is one habit you would like to break?
Pacing. I wear out more shoes from pacing.
7. Who is your most favorite Bible person/character?
8. What is your favorite Bible verse?
I can do all things through Christ Jesus who strengthens me.
9. Where do you like to shop?
Bass Pro Shop
10. What is the last book you read?
90 Minutes in Heaven

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