Spring Jubilee Artist Information

Branson April 23-25

Cathedrals Reunion

Five of today’s most popular southern Gospel artists reunite for the first time in almost two decades to celebrate the legendary, award-winning Cathedrals. Past members Ernie Haase, Mark Trammell, Gerald Wolfe, Scott Fowler, and Danny Funderburk pay homage to heroes George Younce and Glen Payne and the group’s unprecedented legacy. Featuring the Cathedral’s classic hits and four-part harmonies and memories of an era that changed countless lives through the power of Gospel music.

The Hoppers

For over four decades, The Hoppers name has been synonymous with traditional Gospel Music. No other group in Southern Gospel has enjoyed more #1 hits than the Hoppers. In a day when little emphasis is placed on the importance of family unit, The Hoppers are a prime example of a prosperous family that is continually blessed by God for their service to His church.

Steve Green

Steve Green is a Contemporary Christian music singer notable for his vocal range and flexible solo style. Over his twenty-year career, Green has been honored as a four-time Grammy award nominee, six-time Dove Award winner, has had 13 number 1 songs, and has sold over three million albums.

Kingsmen Quartet

A familiar sound and familiar faces making their mark in the Southern Gospel music world. The Kingsmen are no stranger to Southern Gospel music, having amassed nearly 75 combined years of musical service. The musicians who accompany them each night enhance their driving quartet-style of singing. With the guidance of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, coupled with the teamwork, dedication and perseverance these men display, The Kingsmen will be spreading the 'Good News' for a long time to come!

Lynda Randle

Lynda Randle was born and raised in Washington, D.C. Growing up part of the D.C. inner-city culture, Lynda experienced a pain and anguish that can rarely be imagined by the majority of Christian-America. Since giving her life to the Lord Jesus Christ, He has used the scars of her youth to bring a distinct depth and richness to her ministry. She is a regular on the Gaither Homecoming tours and videos and we are delighted to have her return to Jubilee.

Primitive Quartet

The Primitive Quartet has been traveling and singing Gospel music for forty-three years, and they count it a joy and privilege to spread the gospel through song. Their ultimate goal is to see saints blessed and encouraged to have a closer walk with God and to help lead souls to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Branson April 25-27

Cathedrals Reunion

Five of today’s most popular southern Gospel artists reunite for the first time in almost two decades to celebrate the legendary, award-winning Cathedrals. Past members Ernie Haase, Mark Trammell, Gerald Wolfe, Scott Fowler, and Danny Funderburk pay homage to heroes George Younce and Glen Payne and the group’s unprecedented legacy. Featuring the Cathedral’s classic hits and four-part harmonies and memories of an era that changed countless lives through the power of Gospel music.

The Hoppers

For over four decades, The Hoppers name has been synonymous with traditional Gospel Music. No other group in Southern Gospel has enjoyed more #1 hits than the Hoppers. In a day when little emphasis is placed on the importance of family unit, The Hoppers are a prime example of a prosperous family that is continually blessed by God for their service to His church.

Steve Green

Steve Green is a Contemporary Christian music singer notable for his vocal range and flexible solo style. Over his twenty-year career, Green has been honored as a four-time Grammy award nominee, six-time Dove Award winner, has had 13 number 1 songs, and has sold over three million albums.

Kingsmen Quartet

A familiar sound and familiar faces making their mark in the Southern Gospel music world. The Kingsmen are no stranger to Southern Gospel music, having amassed nearly 75 combined years of musical service. The musicians who accompany them each night enhance their driving quartet-style of singing. With the guidance of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, coupled with the teamwork, dedication and perseverance these men display, The Kingsmen will be spreading the 'Good News' for a long time to come!

Lynda Randle

Lynda Randle was born and raised in Washington, D.C. Growing up part of the D.C. inner-city culture, Lynda experienced a pain and anguish that can rarely be imagined by the majority of Christian-America. Since giving her life to the Lord Jesus Christ, He has used the scars of her youth to bring a distinct depth and richness to her ministry. She is a regular on the Gaither Homecoming tours and videos and we are delighted to have her return to Jubilee.

Primitive Quartet

The Primitive Quartet has been traveling and singing Gospel music for forty-three years, and they count it a joy and privilege to spread the gospel through song. Their ultimate goal is to see saints blessed and encouraged to have a closer walk with God and to help lead souls to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Myrtle Beach April 30 - May 2

Guy Penrod

Guy Penrod, long time lead singer of the Gaither Vocal Band, is in every sense of the word a man cut from the cloth of rugged individualism. His new album, HYMNS has become one of the biggest sellers at Cracker Barrel. “I grew up with and love the hymns,” Penrod says. “The vernacular has changed, but hymns address the human condition and give help, guidance and encouragement through truths that survive the test of time. Hymns are an important part of our history as believers.”

The McKameys

Organized as a trio of sisters in 1954, the group The McKameys is in its sixth decade of spreading God’s message of love and hope through their music. Today, the group consists of Peg McKamey Bean and her husband, Ruben; their daughter Connie Fortner and husband Roger Fortner who are joined by her son, Elijah; and Sheryl Farris, who is also Peg and Ruben’s daughter. The wonderful harmonies of this family along with great songs gives them a unique opportunity to share God’s love as well as encourage the saints.

Lefevre Quartet

For decades, the LeFevres blazed new trails in Gospel Music, turning out songs and singers that would become legends in the field. Their award-winning music allowed them to sing for Presidents and Dignitaries all over the world. In the late 1970's, some thought the LeFevre name would be retired when the trio came off the road, but in the 1980's and 90's, Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart became one of the top acts in Contemporary Christian Music. Once again, the LeFevre name continued to break new ground in Christian Music.

Allison Speer

Allison Durham Speer was raised in the Bluegrass fields of Kentucky, and even a land as vast as that was not big enough to contain her talent. She has been the guest soloist at the national Southern Baptist Convention, the Nazarene General Assembly, and numerous Praise Gatherings and Family Fest Events hosted by Bill Gaither.

Blackwood Brothers

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet was formed in 1934 with brothers Roy, Doyle, James, and Roy’s son, R.W. In 2002, James Blackwood went to be with the Lord, but his sons, Jimmy (James Jr.) and Billy have continued the 80-year tradition. Recently Jimmy retired after singing for 49 years and his younger brother, Billy, now carries on the quartet which has the distinction of being the best-known name in Gospel music history.

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