Friday, June 28, 2013

The Beelers Performing At Two Fairs

Powell, TN (June 27, 2013) BSA Recording Artists, The Beelers, are slated to sing at two different Fairs in June and July. Beckie Simmons of BSA booking agency who books the Beelers said “Known for their close family harmony, the Beelers are a perfect fit for the family environment of fair goers.”
The Western Kentucky State Fair has booked The Beelers to sing on Sunday June 30th from 6:30 to 7:30 PM for The Christian County Baptist Association at the Convention Center. The Fair is located at 2810 Richard Street in Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

The second Fair that you will be able to hear The Beelers is at The Anderson County Fair on Thursday July 18th at 7:00 PM. They will appear for the Community Gospel Night at The Anderson County Fair grounds located at 218 Nave Street in Clinton, Tennessee.

The Beelers are working on a new CD project with Glen Bates of BSA Records due to be released later this summer and are gaining radio success with their latest single, “When A Man Dies“, which has charted #69 on the Singing News chart.

Robin Beeler Cumbie stated, “We love singing Gospel music whether it is in a Church or another venue because it allows us to interact with people and share the love of Christ. We are excited about our new project and working with Glen Bates.”

For more information about the Beelers go to or . You can E-mail the Beelers at .

You can learn more about the Western Kentucky State Fair at .
You can learn more about the Anderson County Fair at
About The Beelers
Cory is an incredibly anointed songwriter (it’s just in his blood), singer and musician, as well as preacher of the Word. Cory also plays guitar, harmonica and piano.
Robin is the middle sibling whom God has blessed with incredible vocal and arranging abilities. Her talents also include piano and a comedy character they call “Sham”, who is so funny and will “keep you in stitches”! Husband, Steve, travels with the group as road manager/sound man.

Tina, the first born of The Beelers, is the mischievous one of the family, but also is the Rock! Because their mother died when Cory was just a young boy at the time, Tina not only assumed the role of “big sister”, but also became part Mother. Her importance to The Beelers vocal performances are blessed by the same commitment she has to everything else in life. Tina is an incredible singer with a contagious smile and helps “hold it all together!”

The Beelers have been singing their family style of harmony since childhood. Their first radio single is a song written by their Dad, Ray Beeler, “When A Man Dies”, immediately following the death of their mother. Their debut project is entitled, “Common Ground”, a great song penned by Cory Beeler plus several songs by producer and songwriter, Glen Bates, on BSA World Records.

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