Voices Won Hosts An Evening With Greater Vision Jan. 11

Friday, January 03, 2014
Greater Vision
Greater Vision

Voices Won ministries will host an Evening with Greater Vision on Saturday, Jan. 11, at 7 p.m. at Ryman Hall, 2203 South Dixie Highway, in Dalton.

“We are grateful that through the years so many folks go out of their way to attend our singings and we hope you will join us for this fun-filled evening with a message of hope,” Jaron Faulknor said. 

The vocals and rich harmony Greater Vision has become recognized for are a direct result of the blending of three unique and versatile vocalists - Gerald Wolfe, the group’s founder and emcee, prolific songwriter Rodney Griffin, and  Chris Allman.

The Singing News Magazine and the Southern Gospel Music Association have named Greater Vision Gospel Music’s Favorite Trio. They have also received numerous honors for Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Video of the Year, and Artist of the Year.  Additionally, Rodney Griffin has been named Songwriter of the Year every year since 1998, as well as being named Favorite Baritone multiple times. Gerald Wolfe has been named Favorite Male Vocalist seven times.   

Voices Won includes brothers Jaron, Shantell and Staclynn Faulknor will also appear and is a Georgia non-profit (501-C-3).

Dinner and concessions will be available for sale. Advance tickets $15 or at the door is $20. Tickets are available at Ryman Hall in Dalton, Ga. For more information 706.218-8691 or www.voiceswon.com.

Voices Won
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