Rhonda Vincent -
Bluegrass Music
4/22/17  7:00 p.m.

Bluegrass vocalist and fiddler Rhonda
Vincent began her professional music
career at the age of five, playing drums with
her family's band, the Sally Mountain Show.
She picked up the mandolin at eight and the
fiddle at ten, performing with the family band
at festivals on weekends. After appearing on
TNN's nationally televised You Can Be a
Star program in her mid-twenties, Vincent
struck out on her own, singing with the
Grand Ole Opry's Jim Ed Brown, eventually
leading to a deal with Rebel Records. Her
work with Brown and her Rebel recordings
caught the attention of Giant Nashville's
president, James Stroud, who signed
Vincent to record two contemporary country
albums. After her time at Giant, she moved
to Rounder Records, and demonstrated her
passion for the traditional music she grew
up with on Back Home Again.

The year 2015 saw the release of her
second holiday album, Christmas Time,
which featured four new originals and a
rendition of "The Twelve Days of Christmas"
that boasted guests spots from Dolly Parton,
Willie Nelson, the Oak Ridge Boys, and
several others.
The Isaacs -
Gospel - Bluegrass Music
5/13/17 7:00 p.m.

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

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.
Collingsworth Family -
Gospel Music
6/17/17  7:00 p.m.

The Collingsworth Family ministry has been
featured on the nation’s largest gospel
music syndicated radio program, The
Gospel Greats with Paul Heil as well as on
Daniel Britt & Friends on XM/SIRIUS Satellite
Radio’s Enlighten. Their music is regularly
featured on Enlighten, GMT (Gospel Music
Television), The DayStar Television Network,
and has also been featured in one hour
prime-time specials on the INSP Television
Network. The Collingsworth Family, at the
personal invitation of Bill & Gloria Gaither,
appeared on the newest Homecoming
Series taping filmed at the Grand Ole Opry in
Nashville, TN. They have also been added
as regulars on many of the Gaither
Homecoming Concerts, making
appearances with Gaithers in some of their
largest venues in the US and Canada. Their
personal appearance schedule shows the
broad appeal their family emphasis has,
performing in all types of venues across the
US, the Cayman Islands, and recently in

The rapid expansion they have seen occur
with the transition to an all-concert ministry
is a direct result of the emphasis they have
placed on the power of prayer. Each
Tuesday evening, they hold a private prayer
meeting in their home for the specific
purpose of praying for the salvation of their
children and the expansion of their ministry.
Since the beginning of these weekly prayer
meetings in 2000, the doors of opportunity
for ministry have opened to them, crossing
all evangelical denominational boundaries.
Phil & Kim’s entire purpose is to give the
talent God has loaned them back to their
Creator as a sacrifice of praise.
Adam Crabb, The Bowling Family,
Terah Crabb Penhollow -  
Gospel Music
7/21/17 6:00 p.m.

Adam's musicianship along with his
powerful vocal delivery is true to the style that
the Crabb Family fan has come to expect
and enjoy. As you would expect, he is
committed to ministry and considers this
"life" a calling instead of a career. But one
notices quickly that Adam is a perfectionist
when it comes to his music. He possesses
immense talent and passion that is
uncommon, impossible to teach, and simply
given to a few as a special gift straight from
Heaven! To watch him play the harmonica is
a pure delight. His reputation as a studio
musician is impressive, but his "home" is
truly the "live" performance. He electrifies a
large auditorium with that unbelievably small
harmonica. This is a must see!

The Bowling Family has appeared on the
Gaither Homecoming series concerts and
videos, TBN, during Gospel Music Week’s
Dove Awards, at GMA’s Seminar in the
Rockies and numerous other major events.
Their debut release, Faith To Believe, has
garnered a record four number one songs
(“We Have A Saviour,” “Your Cries Have
Awoken The Master,” “A Miracle Today” and
“Notified”), as well as the 2008 Song of the
Year (“Your Cries Have Awoken The Master).
The Bowling Family combines talent,
sincerity and experience to create a
memorable concert experience. Their goal
for the evening is to usher in the presence of
God and celebrate the Christian message.
They feel privileged and honored to enjoy the
freedom to honor Christ with any and all of
their abilities.

Terah Crabb-Penhollow is a Grammy
nominated, multi-Dove award winning
singer.  However, the awards, success, and
stellar accomplishments that Terah has
been blessed to enjoy are not what one
remembers about Terah. Terah is famous
for her smile, her loving concern for all, and
her ability to sing from her soul with the
authority that we rarely see in a vocalist.  She
owns a song while she sings it, and she
owns the audience with that unassuming
personality.  Terah exudes talent, but beyond
that, she has a special calling during this
season of her life.

Michael Combs
New Dove Brothers  -  
Gospel Music
7/22/17 6:00pm

On February 6, 1989, something wonderful
happened! Jesus Christ became Michael
Comb’s personal Savior, and Michael
Combs became a born-again child of God.
Jesus put a new song in Michael’s heart.
What terrific news that is for those of us who
love him and enjoy his music. It is this
personal relationship with the Lord Jesus
Christ that shines through Michael’s
testimony, music and personality. His love
for Jesus reflects to all, and anybody who
meets him can’t help but notice that Michael
is enjoying every step of his journey with his
Savior and Friend.

Michael Combs’ style is unique, as is
everything else about him. He has an acute
love for the Lamb of God, which bubbles
over into everything he says and does. God
not only powerfully uses Michael Combs in
singing, but He also shines through Michael’
s guitar and piano playing. Whether singing,
playing the guitar, or playing the piano,
Michael faithfully shares God’s message in
song, holding strong to his faith and belief
that all he needs is found in Almighty God.

quartet was formed that took the Southern
Gospel industry by storm. Bringing to the
stage an excitement and a style that had not
been seen since the glory days of gospel
music. Now that McCray Dove, Tony Peace
and Wesley Smith have joined together to
form the New Dove Brothers it looks like
history is repeating itself. McCray and Tony
are known as two of the most exciting
performers in the world of southern gospel
music. Wesley Smith ties it all together with
his smooth high tenor voice. The New Dove
Brothers are committed to the cause of
Christ and to keeping that classic southern
gospel style and sound. With songs like Get
Away Jordan and Didn't It Rain you can't help
but to clap your hands and tap your feet and
when The New Dove Brothers begin to sing
the great hymns of the church your heart will
be reminded why these songs are timeless.
If you love harmony and high energy then
you don't want to miss a New Dove Brothers
John Conlee -
Country Music
8/5/17 7:00 p.m.

Between 1978 and 2004 John Conlee
charted a total of 32 singles on the Billboard
Hot Country Songs charts, and recorded 11
studio albums. His singles include seven
#1 hits: "Lady Lay Down," "Backside of
Thirty," "Common Man," "I'm Only in It for the
Love," "In My Eyes," "As Long As I'm Rockin'
with You" and "Got My Heart Set on You." In
addition to these, Conlee sent 14 other
songs into the Top Ten.

Conlee has been a member of the Grand
Ole Opry since 1981.

Karen Peck And New River -
Gospel Music
9/9/17 7:00 p.m.

With appearances on such prestigious
stages as The Grand Ole Opry, The Gaither
Homecoming concerts, Opryland Theme
Park, Dollywood and Six Flags Over Georgia,
established their place at the forefront of
Southern Gospel Music. Over the past
decade, they have been featured on many
television networks, with appearances on
TBN’s Praise The Lord, the Grand Ole Opry
Live and the popular Gaither Gospel video
Series. The group has enjoyed many honors
and accolades. They have received
numerous industry and fan award
nominations. They have consistently
received radio airplay at stations nationwide.
Hit releases have flowed their way in
bunches, and they have enjoyed many
Number One songs. A few of their other
previous popular hits include: “Hold Me
While I Cry”, “Just One Touch”, “I Wanna
Know”, “God Likes To Work”, “Daddy’s
Home”, “When Jesus Passes By”, “God Still
Answers Prayer”, and “Christian In The
House”. Additionally, the group’s Number
One hit, “Four Days Late”, was also named
Song of the Year by readers of The Singing
New Magazine in 2001 and the SGMA
Awards and continues to be a favorite
among audiences.

The Grascals -
Bluegrass Music
10/21/17 7:00 p.m.
The Grascals make music that is entirely
relevant to the here and now, yet immersed
in traditional values of soul and
musicianship. It’s a unique sound that has
earned three Grammy® nominations and
two Entertainer of the Year awards from the
International Bluegrass Music Association,
as well as national media attention that
seems to perpetually elude acts entrenched
in niche genres. Such appearances include
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Fox &
Friends, The Late Late Show with Craig
Ferguson, and CBS’ The Talk. All the while,
stages that represent the strongest bastions
of tradition continually welcome them, as
evidenced by the over 150 performances on
the Grand Ole Opry. Honors also include
performing twice for President George W.
Bush and at President Barack Obama’s
inaugural ball at the Smithsonian.

Performance Highlights -
The Grand Ole Opry
Kennedy Center
Radio City Music Hall
Ryman Auditorium
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival
Country Gold (in Japan)
Stagecoach Festival
…and more

Opening performances for -
Dolly Parton
Dierks Bentley
Brooks & Dunn
Vince Gill
Patty Loveless
Sarah Evans
Big & Rich
Kenny Rogers
Charlie Daniels
…and more

The Booth Brothers -
Gospel Music
10/28/17 7:00 p.m.

Ronnie, Michael, and Paul love Southern
Gospel music. They believe it touches the
soul and offers encouragement and hope.
By singing and ministering to audiences
through word and song, these gentlemen
are fulfilling God’s call on their lives.

Most recent awards:
Male Group of the Year
Absolutely Gospel Music Award

Tenor of the Year - Michael Booth
Singing News Fan Award

Lead 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

Southern Gospel Album of the Year - "Still"
Dove Award

Lip Sync Battle -
11/4/17  Time TBA

Area First Responders will be
challenging each other in hopes of, not only
taking home the coveted 1st Place Winner
trophy, but a sizeable cash award for their
own department.  There will also be cash
awards for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place

The premise is simple – participants
(groups of 4 or more) mime the vocals of
popular music while performing on stage in
front of an appreciative audience. The fun
comes from seeing just how enthused our
local firemen, EMT’s, policemen, etc., are to
impress the crowd and win a prize. The
great thing about a lip sync is that you don’t
actually need any real talent, just a desire to
perform.  We strongly encourage creative
costumes because the crowd is there to
enjoy a show and their response will be
considered in the selection of winners.  
Everything is in the spirit of fun and all
performances (lyrics, dancing, costumes,
etc.) MUST be “family-friendly”.  

(More information to follow)

The Hoppers -
Gospel Music
11/18/17 7:00 p.m.

The Hoppers have been a mainstay in the
field of gospel music for more than 50 years.
Claude and Connie Hopper began making
their way around North America on a bus in
1957 with The Hopper Brothers & Connie.

Over the years, the Hopper Brothers and
Connie welcomed and parted with
musicians and singers who went on to
acclaimed service in the gospel music.
Eventually Connie and Claude’s two sons,
Dean and Michael, joined them full-time as
lead vocalist and drummer to form The
Hoppers. Kim Greene’s powerhouse
soprano voice was added to the group in
1989, after she and Dean were married.

With classic family harmonies that stay true
their southern gospel roots, their sound has
progressed to new heights with each
recording. Throughout the ‘90s, the group
began to see their songs achieve
widespread success with number one
Southern Gospel hits including: “Milk and
Honey,” “Here I Am,” “Anchor to the Power of
the Cross,” and ”Mention My Name.” Since
that time, The Hoppers have received
numerous accolades including Mixed Group
of the Year from the Heart’s Aflame Awards,
Diamond Awards, Singing News Fan
Awards, and the Southern Gospel Music

The Hoppers have been nominated for GMA
Dove Award four times, and in 1998 Connie
was presented with the prestigious Marvin
Norcross award, which is given to those with
excellence in “Devotion to family, service to
Church, and contributions to the Gospel
Music Industry.” Singing News Fan Award for
Musician of the Year has been given to
Michael, and Kim has consistently been
awarded the Singing News Fan Award for
Female Vocalist and Favorite Soprano for
well over a decade.
Ernie Haase and Signature Sound
12/16/17 7:00 p.m.

From its formation in 2003, Ernie Haase has
built Signature Sound into one of the most
popular and beloved quartets in all of
Southern Gospel music. The group has
traveled all over the world, offering energy,
excitement and encouragement through its
powerful brand of gospel music. EHSS
continues to gain fans all around the globe
with its unique performances and
unmistakable four-part harmonies. EHSS is
one of the most celebrated quartets in
Southern Gospel History mentioned with the
same "trailblazing" reverence as groups
likes The Statesmen Quartet and The
Cathedral Quartet.

EHSS has sung and sold to millions
worldwide, a feat that has not been
accomplished by any other Southern Gospel
quartet. From concerts in Latvia and India to
South Africa and New Zealand, events all
around North America, TV appearances on
ESPN with NASCAR, multiple NBA
appearances singing our National Anthem,
and even a specialty tour of historic
American theaters in support of the EHSS
Broadway project featuring Les Misérables
legend J. Mark McVey, Signature Sound is a
world-renowned quartet that spans a wide
variety of genres and cultures.