Cana's Voice

October 21
7:00 p.m.


Iconic gospel singers, Jody McBrayer, TaRanda Greene and
Doug Anderson have officially united their talents to form the
incredible vocal group, Cana’s Voice.

Jody McBrayer traveled 12 years with the highly acclaimed
and multi-award winning group, Avalon. His vocal abilities
helped garner 21 #1 songs, 3 Grammy nominations, over 4
million records sold and 3 Dove Awards for the popular CCM
group. In 2003, the group earned the American Music Award
for Best Contemporary Inspirational Artist.

Due to her awe-inspiring ability to deliver a song, TaRanda
Greene has also received many prestigious awards. Her
powerful voice and testimony have landed her as a regular
featured vocalist on Grammy award-winning Brooklyn
Tabernacle Choir projects. She has been invited to sing at the
United Nations, as well as in the largest churches across the
world. She has been a regular on the In Touch Network and
Turning Point Ministries. TaRanda is respected and admired by
singers and musicians as an example of vocal excellence.

As a founding member of Signature Sound, phenomenally
talented Doug Anderson has traveled the globe, appearing in
countless sold-out venues. Doug has garnered a Grammy
nomination and 13 Dove Awards as both a soloist and as a
member of Signature Sound. During his time with the group,
they had three videos and one CD attain Gold status in
Billboard sales.

The Booth Brothers

October 29
7:00 p.m.


Ronnie, Michael, and Paul are deeply committed to musical
excellence yet have a greater desire to impact the hearts of those
listening to their music. Refreshing humor, inspiring songs, and
encouraging words are embedded in every concert. This trio,
collectively and individually, has been acknowledged as one of
the finest in the business having received many awards over the
years, including Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Trio of the
Year, Male Group of the Year, Best Live Performers, Artist of the
Year and others. Although the group is grateful for the
recognition of their work, their aspiration is for all honor and glory
to be God’s alone. Ronnie, Michael, and Paul do not know when
they will no longer climb on the bus and travel the highways to
meet and minister to people. They do know, however, that until
that day comes, they will continue their mission of proclaiming
that Jesus Christ is the only way to achieve salvation and eternal
life and they will never cease announcing to the world that He is
the only One who can give the peace and comfort they desire.

Mystery Dinner Theatre

Murder and Merriment Production


November 5
(Time TBA)


"These guys put on a great murder mystery at Greenbo Lake
State Resort Park !" ... Joel Patrick                
"My boyfriend surprised me by taking me to a murder mystery
dinner and it was a really fun date!" ... Megan Bates
"Great Cast and lots of fun! Highly Recommend!" ...Dale
"Simply the BEST in murder mysteries!" ... Jim Charles
"Thanks so much for your performance (at Marshall
University).     It was great fun!" ... Mary Ellen Heuton
"Delightful dinner and play at Bellefonte Country Club last     
night!" ... Missi Simpson Baker
"Had a great time Saturday at the Greenhouse restaurant. You  
guys were great!" ... Heather Coon
"You all did a fantastic job in Ashland tonight! Looking forward
to the next show. I'm hooked!" ... Angela Abrams-Hamilton
"Much thanks to the Troupe at Murder and Merriment!  If you
haven't been to one yet, you should  go!" ... Jonathon Sutton
"Decorated with all the trimmings! Christmas music at it's best!"
"Best Christmas concert in the Tri-State"

The Mark Trammell Quartet
& The Whisnants

December  2
7:00 p.m.
For over forty years Mark Trammell has been blessed to sing
Gospel Music.   Something he says, "evolved from a dream to a
life's call; from just singing to ministry."  Many long time
observers and followers of Gospel Music consider him to be one
the greatest baritone singers of all time.   He has won multiple
awards as a singer and producer, and has been a member of
four of Gospel Music's most acclaimed groups - The Kingsmen,
The Cathedrals, Greater Vision and Gold City.   For most
people, just being with one of these legendary groups would be
the pinnacle of a career and justification for resting on your
laurels.   But for Mark now is not the time to kick back and
relax.   Instead, it is time to step into a fresh mission that
focuses on evangelism through the seamless integration of
Gospel Music and preaching - The Mark Trammell Quartet.
If surrounding yourself with the right people is one of the keys of
success, then Mark Trammell might be considered a 'master
locksmith'. Since he was 15 years old, Mark has literally been
surrounded by and sung with some of the most respected men
in Southern Gospel Music including Ray Shelton, Eldridge
Fox, Jim Hamill, Squire Parsons, Ray Reece, Tim Riley, Glen
Payne, and George Younce.
With over 40 years of traveling behind them, The Whisnants
have performed all across the nation and around the world,
including Canada, Hawaii and cruises sailing to the Bahamas,
Belize and Mexico.  The trio has celebrated 13 #1 songs
spanning from 2001 to 2013 and their first single for 2014, “He
Can Move That Stone,” was nominated as a Top 10 Favorite
Song in the Singing News Fan awards (2014).  In 2003, their
ballad “What You Took From Me” ranked #1 on the Singing
News Top 40 Year End Chart as the most played song on radio
and “Even In The Valley” did the same in 2004.  They have
been nominated for Trio of the Year 10 times and received
many individual nominations such as Favorite Young Artist,
Favorite Female Singer, Favorite Alto, etc.  They also have
appeared on the Gospel Music Southern Style Program (INSP
Network), the Gaither Video Taping in Nashville, TN in
February of 2007 and numerous appearances at the National
Quartet Convention.  More importantly, Jeff shares, “I have
asked God to allow us to be the very best that we can be so
that He can use this ministry to touch people’s lives.  He has
done that!”  The achievements The Whisnants have acquired
over the years are a testimony to the blessings God has placed
on their ministry and they seek to use them to bring glory to
their Lord in every concert.