Friday, May 1, 2015

Michael English Hosts 2015 SGMG Harmony Honors Ceremony

Browders, Isaacs, and Three Bridges With Outstanding Performances

Nashville, Tenn (April 30, 2015) Grammy and Dove Award winning Michael English hosted the Southern Gospel Music Guild's 2015 Harmony Honors. It was a star studded Who's Who of Gospel singing which was highlighted by exciting performances by The Browders, The Isaacs, and Three Bridges.

The Harmony Honors was honoring two of the great songwriters of our era who have passed on to their Heavenly rewards, but leave us songs that will touch hearts many, many years to come. Honored were Dottie Rambo and Rusty Goodman who both have classic Gospel songs to their credits.

Three Bridges opened with the Dottie Rambo hit recorded by many artists including the soundtrack to the 'Preachers Wife' recorded by the late Whitney Houston, "I Go To The Rock”. Bringing the crowd to their feet they got the evening off to a feverish start.

The Isaacs performed Dottie's song "He Ain't Never Done Me Nothin' But Good” and were joined on stage by Rambo McGuire setting the crowd on fire once again. They later performed another Rambo song which has been a huge hit for them. "Mama's Teaching Angles How To Sing”.

The Browders, not to be outdone added their vibrant energy to the Rambo classic "I've Never Been This Homesick Before”. Once again the crowd received this song with worship and excitement.

Michael English sang Rusty Goodman's very popular "Who Am I?” to an exuberant crowd with hands raised and worshipful praise going on. He also told of how Rusty Goodman introduced him to his signature song, and how he didn't like it when he heard it. But, Michael recorded the song with the Goodmans and the rest is history. That song is "I Bowed On My Knees And Cried Holy”. That was a perfect way to close out the program.

Other performers that evening included The Blackwood Brothers, The Perrys, Tribute Quartet, The Lefevre Quartet, Freedom Quartet, The Nelons, The Jim Brady Trio, The Mark Trammell Quartet, Rambo/McGuire, Joseph Habedank, Goodman Revival, and The Old Paths Quartet.

The program is slated to be aired May 6th on TBN at 10:00PM EST/9:00PM CST.

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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.

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About The Browders

From their beginning traveling together as a family in a Dodge Omni car, to a successful music ministry with national hits, The Browders of Hiltons, Virginia are one of the most exciting groups to step on stage in many years. This family group consists of Tommy Browder, his sons, Matthew and David, and Matthew’s wife, Sonya. They travel year round, keeping a full concert schedule as well as holding revivals across the country. One of their most captivating qualities is that The Browders play much of their music live with Tommy on acoustic lead, David on bass, Matthew on rhythm guitar and Sonya on piano. They also write most of their own music.

In recent years, they have been steadily expanding and improving their ministry for the glory of God. The were voted "Breakthrough Artist of the Year” in the prestigious 2013 AGM Awards. They have enjoyed Singing News #1 song charting success with original songs like "Praise You In This Valley,” "Message Of The Cross," and "Land Of No Goodbyes." . With the release of their highly-anticipated, "The Message” recording came a milestone—their first #1 radio singles. They are currently performing songs from that recording as well as their hits and most-requested songs. Their current new release 'Time Machine' already has a number one song on the AGM Charts in "He's Alive”.

Though things change throughout the years, their mission has remained the same—to bring hope to a lost and dying world and to encourage and challenge believers. They’re real and they’re anointed. We hope that in the near future you are able to attend or host a Browders’ concert to experience how God is working through this team.

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About Michael English

Renown Gospel singer, loving father and grandfather Michael has a heart for touching the people he sings to. This is evident in the fans who pack the building to see and hear him. Young and old, black and white, and everyone in-between leave the concert lifted just a little higher than when they came in, and many leave changed with a new perspective on life from hearing he message of Michael's songs.

From his early years with the Singing Americans, through his Happy Goodman years and then on through his Gaither Vocal Band and solos years, Michael has stayed strong in his faith and in his love for his fans. From his Grammy and Dove Award wins to his everyday life, Michael stays true to his calling.

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