Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Golden State Quartet Hosts Old Time Gospel Sing At Creekside Gospel Music Convention
On Wednesday, October 30th at 1:30pm, the stage at Creekside will be filled with a choir of Southern Gospel artists and a live band, with Golden State Quartet bringing the Old Time Gospel Sing to life. Special impromptu quartets and trios from the choir will sing Gospel favorites and hymns, filling the hall with the timeless message of the Gospel.
Golden State Quartet began building a reputation of presenting fine Gospel music over 65 years ago and the group continues this tradition today with the release of their latest recording, Look Up. Larry Nardini, group spokesman for Golden State Quartet, says, “It is a great honor to work along with SGNScoops on this project. We are very honored and happy that they have selected us a host group for the Creekside event. We are not only representing ourselves, but most importantly, we are representing God's mission to us to spread the gospel. Although we'll have a great time there, we do take our mission seriously. Our mission is to see that souls will accept God as their savior and then we will have done our mission's work.”
The Old Time Gospel Sing is a first for Creekside, a three-day event sponsored by SGN Scoops and Coastal Media Group. CMG CEO, Rob Patz, has enjoyed working with sponsor Golden State Quartet to put together a presentation guaranteed to entertain and uplift audiences of every age. “Golden State is a quartet that will engage our Creekside attendees and present a professional program suited to all listeners,” says Patz. “I know that folks will laugh and cry as they hear songs they know and love. I’m excited about working with GSQ to present Old Time Gospel Sing and I know this will be a huge draw for Creekside. I’d love to pack the hall for my friends from California!”
Golden State Quartet and SGN Scoops encourages Gospel music fans across the country to plan today to attend the 2013 Creekside Gospel Music Convention. It will be a great week of the best in Southern Gospel music. Monday night will be a special night as Lou Hildreth honors the legendary Ed O’Neal. The 2013 Diamond Awards will be presented on Tuesday night. The Convention will also present the Pauline Patterson Showcase, devotions with Dr. Jeff Steele, as well as filling the mornings, afternoons and evenings with the greatest music in the world.
The Creekside Gospel Music Convention will be presented on October 28, 29 and 30th at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Special rates are available onsite. Reservations can be by phone or online. By phone, call toll free at: 1-800-223-6707 or local call 865-908-3015. For online reservations, click onto http://www.smokymountainconventioncenter.com .
For more information regarding the 2013 Creekside Gospel Music Convention, please email Rhonda at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rob Patz at email@example.com .