King’s Cadence To Headline Red Back Hymnal Singing At The Hullander Farm On Sept. 15

Friday, September 6, 2019

King’s Cadence will headline this month’s third Sunday Red Back Hymnal Singing on Sept. 15, at the Hullander Farm in Apison.

 

King’s Cadence is a male “gospel rooted” quartet that has been a dream of K.C. Armstrong since 1994. As a Christ-centered Ministry, their vision is to sing great songs to people who are yearning for Good News, an encouraging word or maybe just something to smile about.

Members of the quartet are Jay Craig, lead, Todd Gaither, Tenor, Mark Tilley, Baritone and K.C. Armstrong, Bass. All four men have vocal training at the collegiate level and hold degrees in music. Organizer Armstrong

said the quartet loves to sing the old hymns with fresh arrangements. They have one CD entitled, “Tune my heart to Sing”.

 

They make their home in and around Chattanooga. King’s Cadence sang earlier this year at the “Church of the Apostles” in Atlanta where Dr. Michael Youssef is pastor. You can contact the group at kingscadence.com

 

The late Dr. Glenn Draper had a big impact on each member of the quartet as they were part of the Glenn Draper Singers. 

 

Bill and Linda Hullander invite everyone to the singing that starts at 6 p.m. There is no admission charge but a love offering will be taken. 

 

The world famous Chuck Wagon Gang will be featured at the October Red Back Hymnal Singing. 


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