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Shipshewana Breakfast Club - (Breakfast 8:30a, Show 10a) - (July 06 - to - September 07, 2018)

Every Friday Morning, July 6th to September 7th.

Breakfast: 8:30am | Program: 10:00am

Price: $26.00 - Includes Breakfast and Show

These concerts will be held at the Blue Gate Theatre

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Line-up for 2017

  • Jul 6 - McMillan and Life
    McMillan & Life combines solid gospel music careers & ministry with years of family tradition. You may recognize any one of them from having been a part of groups such as Heartland Boys, Wilburns, Toney Brothers, New Speers & The Lesters.
  • Jul 13 - Allison Speer
    A regular performer on the popular Gaither Homecoming Videos, featured on the television networks, TBN, INSP, and GAC. Her career as a successful Christian recording artist has taken Allison from her humble beginnings in Parksville, KY to some of this nations largest venues.
  • Jul 20 - Legacy Five
    The rich four and five part harmony that Legacy Five has become noted for are the result of a masterful weaving together of five unique and versatile talents. Matt Fouch sings the bass, Scott Howard sings the baritone, Scott Fowler sings the Lead, Gus Gaches sings the tenor and Trey Ivey is the group's pianist.
  • Jul 27 - Jim Brady
    It's been quite some time since the Gospel Music world has seen the merger of such a talented musical force. Of course, it was a merger that those close to the source felt certain would eventually happen. Jim and Melissa Brady's friends have known for many years that when God united this young couple in marriage, He had great plans for them.
  • Aug 3 - The King's Brass
    Tim Zimmerman and The King's Brass present hymn classics with a contemporary flair. The King's Brass features three trumpets, three trombones, a tuba, percussion and keyboards. These instruments blend together to create a time of innovative worship that will be enjoyed by all generations.
  • Aug 10 - The Talleys
    The Talleys have become one of the most beloved and respected groups in Christian music. The east Tennessee family's unmistakable style of progressive southern gospel has kept them at the forefront of gospel music for many years. The hallmarks of the "Talley" sound are their lush arrangements, close-knit harmonies and powerful vocals.
  • Aug 17 - The Craguns
    At a Craguns concert you can expect to laugh, be challenged and leave encouraged! The Cragun Family is absolutely committed to effectively ministering the Gospel through song. They will do this through Spirit filled, Christ honoring, musical excellence for people of all ages! The Cragun name may be relatively new to the Gospel music scene, but its a name that will soon become synonymous with great Gospel music!
  • Aug 24 - Dove Brothers
    In 1998 a quartet was formed that took the Southern Gospel industry by storm. Bringing to the stage an excitement and a style that had not been seen since the glory days of gospel music. Now that McCray Dove, Tony Peace and Wesley Smith have joined together to form the New Dove Brothers it looks like history is repeating itself. McCray and Tony are known as two of the most exciting performers in the world of southern gospel music. Wesley Smith ties it all together with his smooth high tenor voice. The New Dove Brothers are committed to the cause of Christ and to keeping that classic southern gospel style and sound. With songs like Get Away Jordan and Didn't It Rain you can't help but to clap your hands and tap your feet and when The New Dove Brothers begin to sing the great hymns of the church your heart will be reminded why these songs are timeless. If you love harmony and high energy then you don't want to miss a New Dove Brothers concert.
  • August 31 - Old Time Preacher's Quartet
    While the name of the group may be new, the members of the quartet will be familiar faces to the fans of Southern Gospel Music. The Old Time Preachers Quartet was formed by industry leader Les Butler with a desire to blend old time preaching with traditional quartet singing. This combination has resonated with the fans of Gospel music and has made the Old Time Preachers Quartet one of the most exciting new groups to come along in years.
  • September 7 - Squire Parsons
    Squire Parsons, a native of West Virginia was raised in a Christian home and was introduced to gospel music by his parents. His father, Squire Parsons, Sr., was a choir director in their home church and taught shaped note gospel music. Squire attended West Virginia Institute of Technology, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in music in 1970. He has served as interim music director, church soloist, elementary school music teacher, high school band director and in 1975 he became the baritone singer for the Kingsmen Quartet. In 1979 Squire went into solo ministry. Since 1978, Squire Parsons has been nominated by the SINGING NEWS' fans for "Favorite Baritone", "Favorite Gospel Songwriter" and "Favorite Gospel Singer". He was named "Favorite Baritone" in 1986 and 1987. In 1986, 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1995 - "Favorite Gospel Songwriter". In 1988 he was named "Favorite Southern Gospel Male Singer".