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11/07/2011 – Concert Announced at Beaverton Free Will Baptist Church, Beaverton, AL

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Southern Gospel recording artist, Michael Combs, will be in concert at Beaverton Free Will Baptist Church in Beaverton, AL., on Friday, November 11, 2011 at 7:00 P. M., the church is located on County Road 49 approximately 1/4 mile South of Highway 278 in Beaverton, AL. Michael Combs is known for having recorded songs such as “Not For Sale,”, “I’ll Be Back,” “Drinking From A Saucer,”and “They’ll Never Take Jesus (Out Of My Heart),” and many more. Everyone has a special invitation to attend an evening of Southern Gospel Music with Michael Combs.  There will be a $5.00 admission at the door and a love offering will be received. Phone 205-698-8926 or 205-698-0265 for more information.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Michael Combs gave his heart to Jesus in 1989 at age 31 and later began a full time singing ministry. Michael is married to the lovely Denise Combs and they have two children, a son, Eddie, and a daughter, Laura, along with several grandchildren. Prior to accepting the call to a full time singing ministry, Michael worked as a Service Representative for Bell South. In 1991, Michael had a successful liver transplant. Michael enters every singing service with  joyful anticipation of how God will work in hearts and lives through his music.

God not only uses Michael powerfully in singing, but He also shines through Michael’s guitar and piano playing and song writing. Whether singing, playing the instruments or writing songs, Michael faithfully shares God’s message in song, holding strong to his faith and belief that all he needs is found in Almighty God. Michael is known for having recorded songs such as “Not For Sale,”, “I’ll Be Back,” “Drinking From A Saucer,”and “They’ll Never Take Jesus (Out Of My Heart),” and many more. Michael has charted numerous songs on the Singing News charts and travels extensively across the United States witnessing through his music. Visit the Michael Combs website at www.michaelcombs.com   to learn more about Michael Combs Ministries.

Written by 49 County News.Net

November 7, 2011 at 4:21 PM

05/06/2011 Chuck Wagon Gang In Concert at Beaverton, AL. F. W. B. Church, Fri., 5/13/2011, 7:00 P. M

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The Chuck Wagon Gang

The Chuck Wagon Gang 2010

The World Famous Chuck Wagon Gang, will be in concert at Beaverton Free Will Baptist Church in Beaverton, AL., on Friday, May 13, 2011 at 7:00 P. M., the church is located on County Road 49 approximately 1/4 mile South of Highway 278 in Beaverton, AL.

The Chuck Wagon Gang is known for having recorded songs such as “Echoes from the Burning Bush”, “The Church In The Wildwood”, “I’ll Fly Away” and other familiar old songs that so identify gospel music’s most recognizable style of music. Everyone has a special invitation to attend an evening of Southern Gospel Music with The Chuck Wagon Gang.

There will be a $5.00 admission at the door and a love offering will be received. Phone 205-698-8926 or 205-698-0265 or 205-698-8487 for more information.

The number one gospel group of all time according to a poll of SGM Radio listeners is: The Chuck Wagon Gang. The results of this poll listed the accomplishments of the Gang over the past 74 years such as being history’s best record selling gospel quartet (over 39 million sold on Columbia Records alone) and the fact that the Chuck Wagon Gang’s style has remained consistent through all those years. Dad Carter would have it no other way. “Sing the old songs and sing ’em the way I taught you,” was his sage advice. And the Gang has done just that.
Today’s group is Dave Emery, Shaye Smith, Stan Hill, Julie Hudson, and Joe Rotton.The quartet still maintains the clear, uncluttered sound of pure music that so established them in the early 1930’s. Four voices and one guitar and an acoustic bass is all it takes for this evergreen foursome to transport the listener to another time and another place where life was a bit simpler and time seemed to move to a slower pace.
Visit the Chuck Wagon Gang website at http://www.thechuckwagongang.net to learn more about The Chuck Wagon Gang Ministries.

Written by 49 County News.Net

May 6, 2011 at 2:10 PM

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