The Kingsmen Quartet to play Annual Meeting September 15
The Kingsmen Quartet began playing music in 1956 in the mountains of western North Carolina. Today, this powerhouse of musicians continues to define Southern Gospel music.
The Kingsmen have performed on the lawn of the White House for President Carter, for President Regan at the opening of the World’s Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee and members who attend annual meeting September 15 will hear this group sing hit songs, such as "Gloryroad", "Look for Me At Jesus Feet", and "Love Lifted Me". Music will begin at 6:15.
In 2000 the Kingsmen were inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame followed by the Christian Music Hall of Fame in 2008. The Kingsmen band was voted favorite band a record 17 times making this quartet one of the most awarded groups in Southern Gospel Music. Today the Kingsmen consist of 2008 hall of fame inductee, Ray Dean Reese, his son Brandon Reese, Randy Crawford, Bob Sellers, and Chris Jenkins.