Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Tacketts Perform On National Television
They performed several songs during the taping of the program. Two of the songs were 'Great High Mountain' and 'Precious Lord - Oh Happy Day'. The Tacketts will air on four different episodes of the program.
Filmed at The Broadcast Group Studios (formerly Heritage USA) in Fort Mills, SC, 'American Gospel Onstage' is a Great American Gospel Production.
Here's a link to a segment of The Tacketts' performance: http://www.americangospelonstage.com/Tacketts.html.
Be sure to look for this show on your favorite gospel television network. (Direct TV carries it on NRB Network -Channel 378).
The Tacketts will also be featured in Shelia Heil's Northern Notes column for the February issue of the Singing News.
About The Tacketts
Dynamic Gospel trio The Tacketts debuted on national radio in 2011 and to world-wide television audiences in August 2013 on American Gospel Onstage. Their sixth and newest project "Miracles Never Cease" was launched at NQC 2013 and was produced by Dove Award winner John Darin Rowsey, who also penned their new radio single "The Good Life." The project also features original music by multiple Daywind songwriters. The Tacketts created and host the successful "At Home with The Tacketts Concert Series," featuring many of the top artists in gospel music. The Tacketts' previous radio releases include "Great High Mountain," "Just a Little Talk with Jesus," "When You Can't Get to Him" and " Precious Lord/ O Happy Day." Their performance of this song at the 2010 NQC earned them a spot on the Main Stage.
The Northwest Ohio-based group is comprised of husband and wife, Jeff and Sarah Tackett, and dear friend, Jason Tackett. With their rich blend of family harmony, The Tacketts bring a heartfelt ministry of sharing the love of God to those in need of encouragement. Spend a few moments listening to their music or their testimonies, and their passion for Jesus and reaching the lost are easily apparent. With a refreshing blend of Progressive Southern and Contemporary Gospel, they are continuing a thirty-year family tradition of singing for the Lord.