“CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – A group of eight local Churches gathered their resources together for a special Back to School Bash Sunday, August 7 at Clement Auditorium at Austin Peay State University.Close to 350 people turned out for the event to hear Christian musicians like Mystery Known, Number 7 and Skyhook perform. There were also refreshments, games and giveaways at the Back to School Bash which was open to students as well as their family members in grades 6 through 12. “We were talking about how great it would be to have an event where all the youth around Clarksville could get together, a non-denominational deal with other kids that are like minded and get just together and have a good time,” said Chris Lee with Lifepoint Church ”
“Young Daughters of Destiny will be hosting a two part Suicide Prevention Crusade for Youths on September 25th.
The first part of the crusade will be held at Unity Christian Academy (1800 Memorial Dr.) from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. During these times, local youth will have a chance to discuss an array of issues they face on a daily basis.
The second part of the crusade will take place at the Beachaven Winery (1100 Dunlop LN) from 1:00pm – 4:00pm. Some of the top Christian artists in the community will perform. Truth, Toney Dabney, Tony Dillard, Sonimar, Peaches 7, Unity Group, and Number Seven are just a few of the groups who will be in attendance.
"Various gospel musical performers to assist local area food banks with their talents. Community support is vital to continued success of community outreach programs and services.
Montgomery County Community Partners will host a benefit concert in support of local area food banks on Sunday, August 15th from 6:00 pm till 8:00 pm. The concert will be held at Clarksville First Church of the Nazarene (150 Richview Road, across from Clarksville High School). Musical performances slated include Number Seven, The Clarksville Soul Stirrers, Vertical Praise, G-Man and Lord’s Harmony.
There is no fee for admission, however guests are asked to donate at least three non-perishable food items per person.
“On July 3, 2010, Number Seven performed at Celebration Freedom Festival at Kollen Park in Holland Michigan. They graced the stage with national recording acts such as Pure Star Movement, Donta' Young and Roots Rock Society.”
Number Seven brings in the 4th
“On May 1, 2010, Number Seven performed at Fusion Fest in Elkhart, IN. They shared the stage with national Christian hip hop artists such as K-Drama and Super Mario. Number Seven has taking part at Fusion Fest for the last three years. Fusion Fest is becoming one of the premier Christian hip hop festivals in the mid-west.”
Number Seven performed at Fusion Fest
“Number Seven, a hip-hop and R&B group was recently the featured artists at a benefit concert, hosted by MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving). The concert took place at the Marion Civic Center and many of the churches and organizations in the community showed up to show their support. There were performances by the Omega Troops Youth Group, Red Letter Youth Group, Cornerstone Praise Team and many more.
The group, Number Seven was asked to be involved in this event because their songs tackle different issues in the community. As a socially conscious group, they perform songs that talk about abuse, mental illness and the negative effects of alcohol. Delora, one of the group members, lost her grandfather to a drunk driver. She stated, “being involved in this event allows me to honor my late grandfather.”
The group performed some of their top hits such as, Number Seven, It’s Good To be Alive, Movin’, Fight Til the End and I’m Praying.”
Number Seven, performs for the MADD benefit concert