More Local Gospel Music Events This Weekend and Later by Jack Kimbro

GOSPEL MUSIC NEWS
The Melody Boys Quartet has made their official retirement announcement. They will tour throughout this year, and their last concert will be New Year’s Eve 2012. They are one of the longtime Southern Gospel quartets, going back to the 1930s.
G.S. Harris, a founding director and board member of the former Hallelujah Supper Club in Newton, died in December 2011. The club was the “place to be” for many years, featuring good food and fellowship. A number of today’s Southern Gospel artists sang there as they began their careers.
GOSPEL MUSIC EVENTS
The Royal Quartet sings 6 p.m. Saturday, Friendship Baptist, Whitmire, S.C. Call 828-245-8194.
Heart 2 Heart sings 7 p.m. Saturday, South Gastonia Pentecostal Freewill Baptist, 550 Neal Hawkins Road, Gastonia. They sing 6 p.m. Sunday, Long Branch Baptist, Jefferson, S.C. Call 704-263-0982.
The Rogers sing 7 p.m. Saturday, New Testament Baptist, Old Fort. Call 864-839-6792.
Brian Burchfield sings 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, Middle Cross Baptist, Crouse.
The Bowling Family sings 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Lighthouse Full Gospel Church, Mount Holly.
St. James Male Chorus sings 6 p.m. Sunday, Elwood Lane Baptist, 1313 E. Pine St., Kannapolis. Call 704-545-5310.
Ann and Eddie Allen sing 6 p.m. Sunday, Gloryland Missionary Baptist, Kings Mountain. Call 704-812-8301.
Soul Harvest sings 7 p.m. Sunday, Riverside Baptist, Hogan Road, Harris. Call 828-245-6118.
The Heritage Quartet sings 6 p.m. Tuesday, Country Kitchen, 116 E. Main, Dallas. Call 704-922-9597.
Jesus Harmony sings 6 p.m. April 6, Granny’s Kitchen, Icard. Call 828-397-3588.
Consider this: A nice place to be is in someone’s thoughts. A great place to be is in someone’s prayers. But, the securest place to be — is in God’s Hands!
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