Wednesday, August 28, 2013
King's Heralds Forging Into New Territory
Portland, TN (August 26, 2013) World renowned Gospel singers, the King's Heralds have performed somewhere they have never been in their ministry. For the very first time in their history of nearly 86 years of full time Gospel Music, the King’s Heralds sang in Alaska. During the last week of July, the quartet gave two concerts in Anchorage and Palmer to very excited and receptive audiences.
Bass singer Jeff Pearles said “The scenery was breathtaking and quite a change from our homes in Tennessee.”
After the concert in Palmer, the guys enjoyed seeing the rugged Alaskan landscape by air. For over an hour, they enjoyed spotting moose from the air and viewing some of the glaciers nearby.
“What a wonderful way to experience God’s handiwork, “stated first tenor Don Scroggs. “We are looking forward to returning next year.” Russell Hospedales, Baritone chimed in, “There was plenty of time during the night to enjoy Alaska as well, as the sun never fully went down until way past midnight.”
The King's Heralds sing from shore to shore and across the seas to many foreign nations. Traveling to Alaska was a special treat and an opportunity to develop many new fans.
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About The King's Heralds
The King’s Heralds have shared their music with thousands, including the Christian Booksellers Association, the National Association of Religious Broadcasters, the Protestant Health and Welfare Association, the Greater Pittsburgh Charismatic Conference and the Baptist World Alliance. The King’s Heralds have been regular guests on “Praise the Lord” on the Trinity Broadcasting Network and on the “It Is Written Telecast”. In addition to maintaining an extensive touring schedule, the group also shares their musical talents with patients and their families through a hospital ministry and have witnessed to hardened inmates with a prison ministry.