In the tradition of its Southern Roots, the 4SNS continues the celebration of African American History with the sounds of victory and triumph of yesterdays struggles in an outburst of Jubilant Praise. This year's Featured Guest Artists, Central Texas Gospel Recording Artists New-Generation, Houston, Texas and Unity, Navasota, Texas and the GCBC Male Chorus will join the 4SNS Artists, Rev. Sterling Lands, II & The Warrior Gospel Band, Evangelist Sylvia Addison, Flyte Tyme and VOGC in the tradition established by ancestors of ages past. This will be an awesome presentation of the historical sounds of Black Gospel at its best.
Poetry in Motion Presents the Stage Play "You Should Have Told Me" More Details to come
KG Entertainment is Hosting an Benefit for Kathy's Kids Project. Please take a minute to visit the project web sight @ www.kathyskidsproject.org This is a God giving vision and we pray for your support... For inquiries you may contact Yolanda Miller @ 512-698-3334
Elder Herb Bland Preacher, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Engineer, Owner of Mulberry Productions, received his calling from the Lord in April 1993, and after receiving the baptism of the Holy Ghost his ministry became evident, and God brought his calling into fruition. As a U.S Army serviceman stationed in Germany he joined a small ministry called “The Courts of Praise” under the leadership of the late Pastor Orlando Scott. In 1996, God had inspired Herbert to write his own songs under the direction of the Holy Ghost which encouraged and uplifted so many people who heard his music. 1 Chronicles 14:14-15 was inspiration for the name of Herbert’s group and successful company known today as Mulberry Productions. In 1997, Herbert’s tour of duty ended overseas. Fort Hood, Texas was his next call of duty, and upon arrival the Lord led him to Christian House of Prayer, there Herbert served in the orchestra and was later hired as sound engineer, and soon after he became radio department editor. With many transitions both in the ministry and his personal life, Herbert begun to feel as if God had forgotten about him, but God was molding him for his purpose and for his ministry. The Lord still remained faithful and Herbert begins to see that the Lord had more in store for him. In 1999 The Vision for “Seed of Abraham’ was revealed but not until 2006 was the group original established. In 2000 Herbert’s military career ended and Herbert was released to go into fulltime ministry which afforded many opportunities to play for several artist such as Earnest Pugh, Unison, and CHOP Prison Ministry, Tri-City Mass Choir and the Messengers. He also produced local artist including Tamiko (Benaiah Bbjah) Sample, The Gospel O.N.E.S Sheryl Crawford, Vessel of Instrumental Praise, and V.O.C. As his talent and reputation grew his desire to produce and sing his own music had cultivated his passion and interest in evangelizing on a broader scale to reach the hearts of the people of God. Herbert’s New Debut Album “Praise From The 2010” was released on September 17, 2010 and is now available in many online and local stores. As an Ordained Elder at Westside of Killeen Texas, under the direction and leadership of Pastor Hallie Tolbert, Elder Bland also serves the congregation as the Minister of music and is blessed with the gifts of playing bass guitar, keyboards, organ, drums and singing. Ph; 254-251-0864 Email; firstname.lastname@example.org P.O. Box 538 Copperas Cove TX 76522
They say everything’s bigger in Texas. Well, if the Mighty Sincere Voices are any indication, it’s never been true! MSV does not disappoint with rich vocal blends and a neo-vintage sound, dipped in authentic gospel tradition and simmering in Southern Soul. In deed, MSV repackages the good news like no other, playing in front of swaying crowds who have been won over by their sincere hearts and soaring spirits. Armed with the art of story-telling, a potent message, a collective testimony, and an electrifying stage presence spanning three generations; The Mighty Sincere Voices were born for this. The founding members includes, lead guitarist, Tyrone, Terrance, and Tremayne Creeks, siblings who have been performing together since child hood under the guidance and tutelage of their father group organizer and veteran quartet singer Willie Elvin Creeks. All hailing from deep in the heart of Navasota, Texas. Soon, Douglas Franklin came aboard on bass, followed by Rev. Christopher Bell on keys, young Juston Andrews, thumping the rhythmic guitar, young Xavier Creeks driving the beat on drums, and finally Thad Turner ripping the organ. Traveling across the country in a tour bus, baring the group’s moniker “MSV”, they’ll make you feel right at home no matter the size of the venue. Build as a known favorite on concert line-ups. The Mighty Sincere Voices have shared the stage with The Canton Spirituals, Lee Williams & the Spiritual QCs, Tommy Ellison & the Five Singing Stars, Spencer Taylor & the Hi-Way QCs, Luther Barnes & the Sunset Jubli-Aires and Howard “Slim” Hunt & the Supreme Angels. The Mighty Sincere Voices have also been featured on Austin City Limits, and the House of Blues (Sunday Gospel Brunch). Keep your eyes focused are you just might miss MSV in a synchronized motion. Yeah, some say it’s hard to find good music these days, but once you experienced MSV, you’ll beg the differ. Can I a witness? The feel of their music is upbeat and fresh, yet reminiscent of the acoustics of a wood floor church on Sunday with chorus echoing down a gritty, meandering dirt road. Come on in, sit down, and stay a while. There’s no doubt, the Mighty Sincere Voices are trail blazing a legacy that will light up the sky for many years to come don’t miss it!
Sounds Like: Pastor Shirley Caesar, Dottie Peoples, Etta James, Mavis Staples, Albertina Walker
Bio: Evangelist Sylvia Addison has been anointed and appointed to spread the good news in both the preached word and in song. After placing her aspirations on hold over 15 years ago to be a 100% mother to her children, Evangelist Addison picked back up the mantle of her dream in 2009. God has saw fit ...See Full Bio
“Stop and Pray What a voice this woman has. Rich, clear and very soulful. The song slides and glides its way along giving the listener a sense of comfort and wellbeing, wrapping then in a warm blanket of faith. More of a sermon to music than a song you would sing along to. New Zealand ”