UPCOMING EVENTS
 
1/27/18  7 p.m.

Dangerous Cookies
https://www.facebook.com/dangerouscookiesband


                           A FUN EVENING OF CLASSIC ROCK!

"DANGEROUS COOKIES" IS THE AREA'S PREMIER CLASSIC ROCK
COVER BAND.

Playing a wide variety of classic rock from the 20th Century,
Dangerous Cookies' set includes hits from artists like Billy Joel,
AC DC, Blue Oyster Cult, Tom Petty, and alot more!  

$8 pre-sale and $10 at the door.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the show starting at 7 p.m.
3/10/18  7 pm

Brian Free & Assurance
and
Shellem Cline
SHELLEM CLINE
Brian Free and Assurance


http://www.brianfreeandassurance.com/

Brian Free is undeniably the most recognizable southern gospel tenor of our
generation. Since 1982, he has been at the forefront of southern gospel music
since first joining Gold City Quartet, then moving on to form his own group. While
Brian and the group have enjoyed tremendous success in their musical careers,
their first priority has and always will be their families. Brian and Pam have raised
two sons, Ricky and Bryce, who are now heavily involved in the ministry. Their
oldest, Ricky, is married to his wife Kelly and has two sons, Jude and Graham.
Ricky is a full-time songwriter, drummer, studio musician and produces all of
BFA’s recordings. The group has recorded many of Ricky’s songs and continue
to use his drumming talents on each of their CD’s. Bryce is a graduate of
Belmont University (Nashville, TN) and creates the group’s graphic design and
videography.   Bill Shivers (lead) resides in Temple, Georgia with his wife
Michelle
and their three children, Brittany, Sara and Brent. From Sandersville, Georgia,
Mike Rogers (baritone) and his wife Bekki have two daughters, Coraline and
Everlee. Southern Gospel music has always been Brian’s first love, and fans
have responded to his music by honoring him and the group at the Dove Awards
for Southern Gospel Performance of the Year, “Say Amen,” in 2014 as well as
“Long As I Got King Jesus” in 2006. Brian Free and Assurance has also made
a number of notable television appearances, including TBN, Gospel Music
Channel, Prime Time Country (TNN), Hee Haw (CBS), The “Today Show” (NBC),
27 of the “Gaither Video” series. In the summer of 2014, BFA was chosen by
BBC to represent Elvis Presley’s love of Gospel Music on That’s Alright Mama,
a Tribute to Elvis Presley with his arrangement of Peace In The Valley.

These accolades show the consistent response to BFA’s music, how God
has used them, and how he will continue to use them. While the guys all come
from different backgrounds, they all agree on one thing, and that is to use their
God-given abilities to take the message of Jesus Christ to everyone they can.












https://www.shellemcline.com/

Shellem Cline is a nationally recognized Christian artist who has performed on
the professional level for seven years.
AWARDS
*2011 New Excelling Artist (Finalist Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2012 Lead Vocalist Of The Year (Finalist Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2012 Songwriter of the year (Finalist Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2012 Song of the year - “He Came Out” (Finalist SGM Fan Awards) *2012
Young Excelling Individual (Finalist Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2012 New Excelling Artist (WINNER Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2013 Songwriter of the year (Finalist Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2013 Songwriter of the year (Finalist Lighthouse Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2013 Song of the year - “I've Already Won The War,” (Finalist SGM Fan
Awards) *2013 Song of the year - “I've Already Won The War,” (Finalist
Lighthouse Gospel Music Fan Awards) *2013 Lead Vocalist of the Year
(Finalist Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards) *2013 Southern Gospel
Forerunner (Finalist Lighthouse Gospel Music Fan Awards) *2013 Young
Excelling Individual (WINNER Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards) *2013
Favorite Artist of the year (WINNER Lighthouse Gospel Music Fan Awards)
*2013 Ranked #1 on Reverbnation for Christian artist in the Western NC area
(4 months straight) *2014 Ranked #1 on Reverbnation for Christian artist in
the Western NC area (11 months) *2014 7 nominations at the LGMA Fan
Awards *2014 8 nominations at the Southern Gospel Music Fan Awards
*2014 Songwriter of the Year at the LGMA Fan Awards *2014 Southern
Gospel Forerunner at the LGMA Fan Awards *2015 Songwriter and Male
Vocalist of the Year LGMA Fan Awards *2016 Songwriter, Male Vocalist,
Song of the year (Halfway Down the Aisle) LGMA Fan Awards *Diamond
Award Winner Song and Video of the year Blue Jeans and Biscuits
*2017 Christian Country Artist of the Year and Song of the Year
(Blue Jeans and Biscuits) LGMA Fan Awards
5/12/18  7 pm

The Isaacs

https://www.theisaacs.com/

The Isaacs, a multi-award winning family group who began singing 35 years ago
are based out of Hendersonville, TN. The vocalists are mother Lily Isaacs and
siblings Ben Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs Yeary and Rebecca Isaacs Bowman. Playing
their own acoustic instruments and joined by other band members, The Isaacs
have a unique style that blends tight family harmony with contemporary acoustic
instrumentation that appeals to a variety of audiences.  Their musical style has
been influenced by many  genres of music including bluegrass, rhythm and
blues, folk, and country, contemporary, acoustic and southern gospel.

They perform frequently at the Grand Ole Opry,  are active members on the
Gaither Homecoming Videos and Concert Series, and travel internationally
throughout the year to perform to welcoming fans in countries such as South
Africa, Norway, Holland, Scotland, Ireland ,Israel, Canada and many more.
Concert venues include civic centers, auditoriums, arenas, fair grounds, parks,
churches and other locations. They have been nominated at and performed on
the Dove Awards, IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) and  NQC
(National Quartet Convention) Awards, the ICMA Awards (Inspirational Christian
Country).  Other notable performances include CMA Fan Fest (Country Music
Fan Fest), Carnegie Hall, and many professional sporting events, including a
Cincinnati Bengal's football game, Nashville Predators Hockey games, and an
Astros/ Braves baseball game.  The Isaacs have won over 7 Doves in various
categories and have had several Grammy nominations in their career.  They feel
blessed to be able to travel and spread the message of hope and grace through
song and story.
   
5/19/18  7 p.m.

Rhonda Vincent and The Rage

http://www.rhondavincent.com/

Rhonda Lea Vincent is an American bluegrass singer, songwriter, and
multi-instrumentalist. In 2000, The Wall Street Journal proclaimed Vincent "the
new Queen of Bluegrass". Vincent's musical career began when she was a child
in her family's band The Sally Mountain Show, and has spanned more than four
decades. Vincent first achieved success in the bluegrass genre in the 1970s
and '80s, earning the respect of her mostly male peers for her mastery of the
progressive chord structures and multi-range, fast-paced vocals intrinsic to
bluegrass music. Vincent is an in-demand guest vocalist for other bluegrass and
country music performers, appearing on recordings by Dolly Parton, Alan
Jackson, Tanya Tucker, Joe Diffie and other notables.

Grammy Nominated Bluegrass Queen! 8-time IBMA Female Vocalist of the
Year! 6-Time Grammy Nominee. Most Awarded Group in Bluegrass History!
 
10/27/18  7 p.m.

The Booth Brothers
http://boothbrothers.com

Awards and Recognitions
1998 • Sunrise Award – The Gospel Voice  
1999 • New Artist of the Year Award – SGMA  
2002  • Trio of the Year Award – SGMA  
2003  • Male Group of the Year Award – SGN Award  • Traditional Song Of The Year Award, “Under
God” – SGN Award  • Traditional Southern Gospel Album Award, “The Booth Brothers” – SGN Award  •
Best Album Cover Award, “The Booth Brothers” – SGN Award 

2004  • Best Live Performer of the Year Award – SGN Award 

2006  • Song of the Year Award- “He Saw It All” – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Album of the Year Award-
“The Blind Man Saw It All” – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Pacesetter Award – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Male
Vocalist of the Year Award – Ronnie Booth- SGN Award (Ovation)  • Male Group of the Year Award –
SGN Award (Ovation)  • Songwriter of the Year (Artist) – Jim Brady – SGN Award (Ovation)  •
Traditional Southern Song of the Year Award – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Fan Favorite Artist of the Year
Award – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Song of the Year - “He Saw It All” – Singing News Fan Award  •
Nominated for Inspirational Country Music Award for Trio of the Year  • Favorite Trio – Southern
Gospel Music Award  • Album of the Year – “The Blind Man Saw It All” - Southern Gospel Music Award 

2007  • Male Vocalist of the Year Honor – Ronnie Booth – SGMG Harmony Honor  • Artist of the Year
Honor – SGMG Harmony Honor  • Song of the Year Honor – “He Saw It All” – SGMG Harmony Honor  •
Male Group of the Year Award – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Best Live Performer of the Year Award – SGN
Award (Ovation)  • Song of the Year Award – “He Saw It All” – Diamond Award  • Group of the Year –
Singing News Fan Award 

2008  • Male Vocalist of the Year Honor – Ronnie Booth – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Trio of the Year
Award – Diamond Award  • Tenor of the Year Award – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan Award  •
Lead Vocalist of the Year Award – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Trio of the Year Award
– Singing News Fan Award  • Album of the Year Award – “Carry On” – Singing News Fan Award  •
Song of the Year Award – “Look for Me at Jesus’ Feet” – Singing News Fan Award  • Favorite Artists of
the Year Award – Singing News Fan Award  
2009 • Male Vocalist of the Year Honor – Michael Booth – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Male Group of the
Year Award – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Album of the Year Award – “Room for More” – SGN Award
(Ovation)  • Best Live Performer of the Year – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Progressive Southern Album of
the Year - “Room for More” – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Grammy Nomination – Southern Gospel Album
– “Room for More”  • Dove Nomination – Southern Gospel Album – “Room for More”  • Dove
Nomination – Southern Gospel Song – “Welcome to the Family”  • Trio of the Year – Diamond Award  
• Male Vocalist of the Year – Michael Booth – Diamond Award  • Dottie Rambo Songwriter of the Year
– Jim Brady – Diamond Award  • Lead Vocalist of the Year Award – Ronnie Booth – Singing News
Fan Award  • Tenor of the Year Award – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Baritone of the
Year Award – Jim Brady – Singing News Fan Award  • Male Artist of the Year Award – Ronnie Booth –
Singing News Fan Award  • Album of the Year Award – “Room for More” – Singing News Fan Award  •
Song of the Year Award – “What Salvation’s Done for Me” – Singing News Fan Award  • Trio of the
Year Award – Singing News Fan Award  • Artists of the Year Award – Singing News Fan Award 

2010  • Male Group of the Year Award – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Best Live Performer of the Year – SGN
Award (Ovation)  • Progressive Southern Song of the Year - “What Salvation’s Done for Me” - SGN
Award (Ovation)  • Special Event Project of the Year - “Jubilee!” – SGN Award (Ovation)  • Favorite Artist
Website – Diamond Award  • Trio of the Year – Diamond Award  • Lead Vocalist of the Year – Ronnie
Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Tenor of the Year – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan Award  •
Baritone of the Year – Jim Brady – Singing News Fan Award  • Trio of the Year – Singing News Fan
Award  • Album of the Year – “Jubilee!” – Singing News Fan Award  • Artist of the Year – Singing News
Fan Award 

2011  • Best Live Performer of the Year – Absolutely Gospel Music Award  • Favorite Tenor – Michael
Booth – SGN Fan Award  • Favorite Album – “Live in Lakeland” – SGN Fan Award  • Favorite Trio of the
Year – SCN Scoops/Diamond Award  • Male Artist of the Year – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan
Award  • Tenor of the Year – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Baritone of the Year – Jim
Brady – Singing News Fan Award  
• Lead Vocalist of the Year – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Trio of the Year – Singing
News Fan Award  • Artist of the Year – Singing News Fan Award 

2012  • Best Live Performer of the Year – Absolutely Gospel Music Award  • Progressive Album of the
Year – “Let It Be Known” – Absolutely Gospel Music Award  • Baritone Singer of the Year – Jim Brady –
NQC Music Award  • Lead Singer of the Year – Ronnie Booth – NQC Music Award  • Male Group of the
Year – NQC Music Award  • Tenor of the Year – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Lead
Vocalist of the Year – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Baritone of the Year – Jim Brady –
Singing News Fan Award  • Trio of the Year – Singing News Fan Award  • Male Artist of the Year –
Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Song of the Year – “She Still Remembers Jesus’ Name”
– Singing News Fan Award  • Artist of the Year – Singing News Fan Award  
2013 • Best Live Performer of the Year – Absolutely Gospel Music Award  • Male Group of the Year –
Absolutely Gospel Music Award  • Songwriter of the Year (Artist) – Jim Brady - Absolutely Gospel
Music Award  • Special Event of the Year – Jubilee 3 – Absolutely Gospel Music Award  • Baritone
Singer of the Year – Jim Brady – NQC Music Award  • Lead Singer of the Year – Ronnie Booth – NQC
Music Award  • Song of the Year – “I Played in the Band and Sang in the Choir” – NQC Music Award  •
Male Group of the Year – NQC Music Award  • Dove Nomination – Southern Gospel Album – “A
Tribute to the Songs of Bill & Gloria Gaither”  • Tenor of the Year – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan
Award  • Lead Vocalist of the Year – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Baritone of the Year –
Jim Brady – Singing News Fan Award  • Trio of the Year – Singing News Fan Award  • Male Artist of
the Year – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Album of the Year – “Greatest Hits – Live” –
Singing News Fan Award  • Artist of the Year – Singing News Fan Award  
2014 • Male Group of the Year – Absolutely Gospel Music Award  • Male Artist of the Year – Ronnie
Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Lead Vocalist of the Year – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan
Award  • Tenor of the Year – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan Award  • Baritone of the Year – Jim
Brady – Singing News Fan Award  • Trio of the Year – Singing News Fan Award  • Artist of the Year –
Singing New Fan Award  
2015 • Dove Nomination – Southern Gospel Artist of the Year • Male Artist of the Year – Ronnie Booth
– Singing News Fan Award • Lead Vocalist of the Year – Ronnie Booth – Singing News Fan Award •
Tenor of the Year – Michael Booth – Singing News Fan Award • Trio of the Year – Singing News Fan
Award • Artist of the Year – Singing News Fan Award  
   
11/17/18  7 p.m.

The Hoppers