Latter Glory, which consists of Pauline Patterson, Wanda Osborne and Sharon Blevins, will be one of the featured groups.
The trio's current radio single "Jesus Walks Down Main Street (Takes Another Homeless)," is No. 45 on the Singing News Top 80 Chart for July.
Shannon Bunch, formerly of Barbourville, will also be performing.
Bunch records for Sanctuary Records, which is a division of Chapel Valley Studios in Sharps Chapel, Tenn.
His first top 40 hit was in September 2006 with "One Day My Day Will Come." The song stayed on the charts for four consecutive months and peaked at No. 36.
Nationally known artist Steve Warren will be singing and performing his current hit "Three Old Rusty Nails," which is No. 24 on the Singing News chart.
Young Harmony, of Chattanooga, Tenn., has had huge charting success lately with songs "All He's Done For Me," "What If He Didn't" and their current single, "I Need Your Grace," which is No. 14 on the chart.
Other artists scheduled to appear at the singing, which will be held on the courthouse square, include: the Browders, the Greesons, the Proffits, the Rudds, the Adams Family, Tammy Norris, Rich Adkins, the Patrick Family, the Believers, the Harmony Brothers, Chimney Rock, Mike Rains and New Haven Trio, Old Time Spiritual Singers, the Chris Neal Family, Bridges Quartet, Wendy Word & Forgiven and Pat Baird.
The concert will begin at 10 a.m. and will continue throughout the evening.
Everyone is asked to bring a lawn chair.
Admission is free, and the concert is sponsored by the Williamsburg National Bank.
For more information, call (606) 549-3000.
Les Beasley, general manager of the legendary Florida Boys Quartet, has informed Singing News that he has decided to retire in July, and to also retire the Florida Boys Quartet during this, their 60th anniversary year.
The Florida Boys received national acclaim as hosts of the "Gospel Singing Jubilee" television program during the 1960s and 1970s.
Group members include Glen Alred, Derrell Stewart, Josh Garner, Les and Gene McDonald.
Gospel music recording artists The Cupps have returned from Oak Valley Studio in Nashville, Tenn., after finishing their new project titled "God Bless America Again."
The Cupps, who were a huge favorite at the recent Poke Sallet Festival, records with Zion Music Group.
For more information, visit www.thecupps.org.
Several concerts are planned around the region in the next couple of months.
-- Shannon Bunch will perform at Hopewell Baptist Church on July 8. Tony McGee & New Covenant will be singing at the church on Aug. 12.
For more information, call (606) 523-9424.
-- Heirline will be in concert at the London Community Center on July 7 at 7 p.m.
-- The Kingsmen Quartet will be appearing at Renfro Valley on July 13 at 7 p.m.
The lineup has been announced for the Renfro Valley All-Night Gospel Sing scheduled Aug. 4 at 7 p.m. in Mount Vernon.
Karen Peck & New River, Kenny Bishop, the Dixie Melody Boys and Mike & Kelly Bowling are slated to perform from 7 p.m. to midnight,
For more information, call (800) 765-7464.
-- Michael Combs will be in concert at Clay County High School on July 21 at 7 p.m.
-- The Inspirations and the Barrett Family will be performing at the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg on Aug. 18 at 7 p.m.
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