Ten finalists are chosen to compete in Christian Action Ministries’ 6th annual Gospel Sing Off August 31st at Sight & Sound Theatres in Branson.
CAM Board Chairman Jack Burke says the event judges selected the finalists from a filed over 80 entrants representing 6 different states…
The finalists include:
My Brother’s Sister, a bother and sister duet from Coldwater, Mississippi, has already developed a large fan base over the past two years with their strong vocals and mastery of string instruments.
Peter Mauriello, with his 4 member Christian Rock Band, lives in the suburbs of Chicago where he is a worship leader who loves to use his music to facilitate meaningful experiences for people.
Margo Rodewald is a solo singer from Paola, Kansas, who moved to Branson after graduating from Baker University with a degree in music, hoping to turn her musical passion into a career.
Peggy Neely Harris, ofSt. Louis, is a soloist whose training includes the Lincoln Center Institute/Julliard School and loves to share her passion for Christ with others.
Sacred Fire Ministries. Troy and Belinda Johanson are native Americans, residing in the Buffalo, Missouri area, who combine the gospel message with traditional native American dance and song.
DC-3 Trio (Daughters of Christ) is based in the greater Chicago area and has been singing together at church and community events for over 18 years. This will be their second time performing in the Gospel Sing-Off.
Faith’s Journey is a Branson-based trio focused on spreading the good news of the gospel through their harmonies.
The Full Quiver is a family band from Collinsville,Texas. The Grubb family has been carrying the gospel message through their versatile mastery of instruments and vocal harmonies.
Rebecca White is a degreed musician from Raymondville, Missouri, who has taught music in public schools and has been continually involved with worship teams at churches and summer camps.
4 Christ is a male gospel quartet from Galena, Missouri that loves to praise God through their vocal harmonies and spread the Good News of the Bible.
The Gospel Sing Off is CAM’s most important operational fundraiser, supporting the agency’s year-round efforts to fight hunger in Taney County.
Opening this year’s Sing Off will be award-winner country gospel singer Christy Sutherland. The iconic Bob Hubbard will again emcee the event for the sixth year.
Finalists will perform two songs each before the live audience and a panel of celebrity judges. Past winners have included Changed, The Fair Family, Southern Raised, The Petersen Family, and Sons of the Silver Dollar.
Tickets for the 2 p.m. event are available from the Sight & Sound box office or from Branson Tourism Center. Adults are $12, children $6.