Thursday, October 24, 2013
Three Bridges At Gospel Music Trust Fund Benefit Outing
Group owner and Baritone singer Elliott McCoy said “We were excited to be included in the attendees of this awesome event. Not only were finances raised to assist people in Gospel Music who have fallen upon hard times from sickness or disasters, but it was a fun filled day for every one attending.”
Hosted by Bill Gaither, Amy Grant, Toby Mac and Brandon Heath, other attendees included such artists as CeCe Winans, Angela Primm, Rambo McGuire, Jamie Grace, and Nicole C Mullins.
The event featured an afternoon filled with fun things to do including Elliot doing some skeet shooting. Things concluded with some good food and several artists who have received benefits from the Gospel Music Trust Fund giving testimonies to the help that they received.
To learn more about the Gospel Music Trust Fund and how to donate got to http://www.gospelmusictrustfund.org .
To learn more about Three Bridges go to http://threebridgesgospel.com .
You can reach Three Bridges by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Three Bridges is booked through the Beckie Simmons Agency at www.bsaworld.com .
About Three Bridges
Three Bridges music is rooted in traditional ”southern Gospel” and ”black Gospel” music. This blended style has made Three Bridges an internationally-acclaimed Gospel group — one that is known for tight harmonies, a unique vocal style, an exciting and energy packed stage presence and, most importantly, for spreading the joy of the Good News of Christ. They have entertained and ministered to millions through their recordings, TV appearances and live shows — which is why Three Bridges has quickly become one of the most prominent Gospel groups in Christian music today.
Following the release of the critically-acclaimed debut album, Soldiers (2002), Three Bridges has wowed packed-out venues across the nation…from Gospel singings, business conventions, churches, political meetings, TV shows, charitable relief events – all the way to Air Force One! They have also appeared on many of the Bill Gaither Homecoming video tapings and were special guests on a video for the United Nation.
About The Gospel Music Trust Fund
The Purpose of the Gospel Music Trust Fund is to give financial assistance in the nature of gifts in time of need, in the event of an emergency or major catastrophe, terminal or severe illness without efficient insurance, to individuals who derive or have derived a substantial portion of their income from the field of gospel music. An individual requesting assistance within the purpose of the Trust Fund, for themselves or their children must have five-years of full-time employment within the Gospel/Christian music field.