Family harmony will be shared by the Hullender Family at Sacred Sounds Fridays on Friday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ringgold Depot, Depot Street and U.S. 41. The program will also featur the premiere of a documentary short film entitled "The Road to Nashville" featuring Mountain Cove Bluegrass and Ryan Stinson.
Randall Franks, “Officer Randy Goode” from TV’s “In the Heat of the Night” will emcee. Ticket donation is $5.
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The Hullender Family will feature their unique family harmony blend combining father Jeff with his adult children Justin and Emily.
The group's latest CD is "Get Up, Get Ready" and according to Jeff, it features some brand new songs and some familiar classics.
"This is going to be a fun night of fellowship and music giving praise to God's wonderful story of love He shares with each of us," Jeff said.
Jeff Hullender learned his music traveling with his singing parents — Jr. and Thelma of Ringgold. He also is a former member of the award-winning Gold City Quartet and performed with the Kingsmen and Teddy Huffam and the Gems. Emily is a Share America scholar.
To find out more, visit https://www.facebook.com/TheHullenderFamily.
"The Road to Nashville" is a documentary filmed by director Randall Franks highlighting the experiences of several Share America scholars who traveled to Nashville earlier this year to appear with him on WSM, the home of the Grand Ole Opry.
The event is a fundraiser for the Pearl and Floyd Franks Scholarship Fund. The Share America Foundation, Inc., a Georgia non-profit, presents scholarships to talented musicians who excel in the Appalachian musical arts.
Donations for tickets are adults: $5, children 5 and under free with adult. Tickets may be purchased locally in at SonShine Christian Books 706.861-7675 in Fort Oglethorpe. Bring seat cushions for added comfort. For more information, Share America Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 42 Tunnel Hill, Ga. 30755 or visit www.shareamericafoundation.org.