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The Perrys, Hopes Call, JP Miller Gospel Getaway 2007 

Saturday, July 28, 2007 7:00 PM
 
Ticket Price: $10 advanced/ $12 at door
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1-800-594-TIXX (8499)
01/01/07

Perrys Web Site
In a day and time when “traditional” may not be viewed as the “in thing,” the Perrys are a breath of fresh air. In fact, their desire to always keep close to the traditions upon which Southern Gospel Music is based is exactly why the Perrys are considered one of the all-time great groups of this uplifting music form. The Perrys have been singing Southern Gospel Music for 35 years- a remarkable feat in any musical genre.


Hopes Call Website
Hope's Call is a stylistically diverse gospel group that delivers a sound that appeals to a wide variety of musical tastes. Their songs are geared to the family and to the church. From fresh new music to creatively arranged classics and hymns, along with some dynamic a cappella singing, everyone that comes to a Hope's Call event leaves with something that was just for them. They sing to every age category, from the young to the young at heart. Their harmony is tight and their commitment to ministry is strong.


JP Miller Website
JP Miller grew up in the hills of West Virginia singing at the church where his parents met as children. From an early age, Christian values were instilled in the heart of this young singer with a passion to sing. His song has taken JP to grand places all over this world. After college graduation, JP packed up his Mercury Topaz (with no air conditioning) and headed to help open the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Dollywood located in The Smoky Mountains. He took a position in the gift shop for $6 an hour. With his foot in the door, JP left there to embark on a career singing gospel music. He has enjoyed success as a soloist, television talk show host, Emcee, and a member of the trio First Love. He is full circle again as a soloist singing with a desire to encourage others with the message of Jesus Christ. JP, his wife Tyanne, and their daughter Macee reside at The Smoky Mountain Children's Home in Sevierville, Tennessee. Their family is heavily involved with ministering to hurting children.
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