UPDATE

Concert Tour 2020

 Collingsworth Family

 

 

 

“Tribute to Hymns” with Gerald Wolfe & Trey Ivy


Saturday, July 17, @ 1:00 pm

The Centurium / General Seating

 

This special Showcase when we recall and sing our favorite hymns is truly a highlight of the weekend. It has been said that regardless of age a song with hymn style lyrics seems to stick in our memory base and is often recalled in times of crisis. The power of these timeless hymns continues to warm our hearts in a special way. Once again Gerald Wolfe brings to life these treasures of truth and strength that we hope will never lose that special spot in our lives. Trey Ivy will add his piano skills to accompany Gerald and friends as we renew the treasures of God’s grace with a selection of classic hymns, pure and simple. Be sure to ask for one of your favorites.

Tickets are required for this Showcase Spectacular” and are available at the CGMC info booth in the exhibition hall or at the Ticket Master window at the entrance of the Centrium Arena.

 

Down Memory Lane” with
Ernie Haase & Signature Sound


Friday, July 16, @ 1:00 pm

The Centurium / General Seating

 

Canada’s Gospel Music Celebration is blessed this year to welcome back the gifted and talented, Ernie Haase and Signature Sound Quartet. During this Showcase Spectacular we travel down memory lane with how, when and why.

Ernie’s love to sing came at an early age. His desire to be a performing singing artist came out of a commitment and desire in his words, “To Sing for Jesus”. Sounds basic enough and we will learn of his journey and passion. Many budding singers came from church choirs or local quartets with a love for four-part harmony. An early introduction to a quartet with Squire Parsons, known for his song “Beulah Land” and the Redeemed Quartet added to his solo concerts in the local area. On one of his solo dates in 1990, one of his favorite groups, The Cathedrals, were on the program at the Oakland City University. Little did Ernie know that evening would serve as an unofficial audition for the legendary quartet. The Cathedrals bass singer George Younce was backstage listening and liked what he saw. Within a week Ernie was making his way to meet the group for his first performance as the Cathedral’s tenor. His attention soon after was captured by George’s daughter, Lisa and the two married in December of 1990.

Needless to say there is a whole lot more to the story. We will chat with Ernie and the entire group filled with memories and moments of change that has brought them to this time and place.

Tickets are required for this Showcase Spectacular” and are available at the CGMC info booth in the exhibition hall or at the Ticket Master window at the entrance of the Centrium Arena.

 

Showcase Spectacular