Heirline, Sunday Drive and LifeSong in concert this Saturday

Get ready for a great night of southern gospel music as Heirline, Sunday Drive and LifeSong will take the stage at the Madison Church of God on Saturday, June 17, at 7 p.m. The concert is free, however, a love offering will be received during the concert.
Sunday Drive of Knoxville, Tenn., has been referenced by music fans as the “Ray Stevens of Gospel Music.” Jeff Treece, Misty Treece, and Dusty Treece make up this award-winning trio. Their God-given talent has garnered them numerous awards including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year, and many others. Sunday Drive has a unique ability to communicate through song and humor creating an experience you won't forget.
Heirline of Jasper, Tenn., is comprised of Ernie Dawson and his children, Eric and Landon Dawson. The group is best known for writing such songs as, “My Mama's Prayer,” “He's Alive,” “Lord Send Me A Refuge,” “She's Not Crying Anymore,” and a song he co-wrote with his son Eric, “Jesus Has Conquered The Grave,” which was their first top 10 song.
LifeSong is from Madison, Florida, and celebrates 10 years of ministry this year. The group is made up of Bryant Thigpen, baritone; Graycie Eason, alto; and Ethan Brooks, lead. This concert is a memorial concert for Bryant’s wife, Stephanie Thigpen, who lost her fight with brain cancer at age 28. Stephanie traveled for many years with her family group, the Yeomans Family, prior to their marriage.
“Stephanie loved to sing and she was a great singer,” Bryant said. “When I began pondering how I could honor such an amazing lady and the life she lived, a gospel concert just seemed like the obvious choice. Heirline and Sunday Drive mean the world to me and my family, so we’re excited to have them here for this very special night.”
The Madison Church of God is located at 771 NE Colin Kelly Highway in Madison, Florida. For more information, please call (850) 464-0114 or (850) 973-3500, or visit www.LifeSongGospel.com.