Thursday, April 24, 2014
Gene McDonald Heads Up North
Gene is headed to Hillsdale, MI on Saturday, April 26th at the Gospel Barn at 7PM along with the Skyline Boys. It's always a fun time when those two get together.
After a great night with the Skyline Boys, Gene moves on the next morning, Sunday, April 27th to Taylor, MI at Heritage Free Will Baptist Church , 12670 Pardee Road - 11AM. You can call 313-802-2526 for more information about the service.
Finishing out the weekend Gene will be traveling to the great state of Ohio at the Living Hope Free Methodist Church, 1051 West Jackson, West Unity, OH at 6:30PM.
It is always a refreshing time of ministry and great music when Gene McDonald is in the building.
Learn more about Gene McDonald at http://www.genemcdonaldmusic.com or https://www.facebook.com/genemcdonaldmusic .
If you would like to book Gene for a concert or other event, feel free to contact J and C Agency at
662-664-3596 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
About Gene McDonald
Gene McDonald started his career with his family group singing tenor. He then sang tenor with Jack Campbell and the Ambassadors through his school years. “One day I woke up and my voice was a couple of octaves lower and I was a bass singer.” commented Gene about his low vocal abilities.
While at Arkansas State University, he studied under one of the leading choral directors in the nation, Al Skoog. He later went to Ben Speer School of Music.
In 1989, Gene began singing with the Plainsmen Quartet and toured with them until 1992. He later went on to sing and record hits with the Florida Boys, touring from 1998 to 2007. Gaither Productions invited Gene to join the Homecoming Family for his first taping in 1994. He currently still travels with the Homecoming Friends across the globe.
Gene has a great gift and one of the richest voices ever heard. Noted by Bill Gaither as the Dean of all Bass’, Gene is held at high esteem for being the best in the circuit. However, he is MORE than just the best Bass singer. He does have the most prominent Bass voice, but he is by far, one of the “best singers” to ever grace the stage. God has given this man a great gift, a great talent.