An Evening To Remember Concert

My wife just ordered my Father’s Day present: tickets to the Evening To Remember concert in Olive Branch, MS on June 18.  This is one of the series that pays tribute to the Cathedrals with Legacy 5, Greater Vision, the Mark Trammell Quartet, and Danny Funderburk.  Any readers been to one of these concerts?  I’m assuming that the first half features the individual artists, and the second half is the Cathedrals tribute, would that be correct?  How long do these normally last?  I’ll be tweeting, taking pictures, and doing a full concert review, so be watching for it!

About Wes Burke
I'm a .NET developer and Southern Gospel music fan. Married with a wonderful family.

3 Responses to An Evening To Remember Concert

  1. Ed Butler says:

    Wonderful evening… I’ve been to two or three of these in North Carolina. Always a great time. Prepare to enjoy yourself.
    JEB

  2. Andrew S. says:

    I went to one of those concerts in Spartanburg, SC, a couple of years ago. What happened was Danny came out & sang a few songs, MTQ came and sang some, then Legacy, and finally– Greater Vision. The second half was just Cathedral tunes (mostly the ones on the dvd made at NQC).

    I’m glad you’re getting to go. It’s definitely a memorable experience!

  3. Tim says:

    Great experience. The atmosphere at the one I attended was electric after intermission. They did a great job. I attended the one in Oak Ridge, TN and was fortunate enough to be on the front row. The new dynamic they have is a second Bass singer. I am really curious to see Pat Barker do some of those old tunes.

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