The North Carolina
Sat, Apr 2, 2011 7:00 PM
Transylvania Heritage Museum presents the Cockman Family with Soul Vision performing Bluegrass Gospel
Brevard High School Auditorium
747 Country Club Rd.
Brevard, North Carolina 28712
Tickets: Adults $15.00 Students $8:00
TICKETS available online http://tinyurl.com/t150concert
Or at the Transylvania Heritage Museum, 189 W. Main St., Wed.-Sat., 10am-5pm, OR Charlie's Tire, Country Creations, Rockin' Robin, White Squirrel Shop, Mayberry's & Celestial Music in Brevard; Carolina Mountain Credit Union in Rosman. Also available at the door on first come/first served basis.
The musical evening celebrates Transylvania's musical heritage, beginning with the well-known local Soul Vision Quartet and ending with The Cockman Family Bluegrass Gospel Group, a performance you will not soon forget.
The Cockman Family Bluegrass Gospel Group has been awarded the 2011 North Carolina Community Traditions Award. Created in 1992, the Community Traditions Award recognizes the contributions of a group to the continuation and appreciation of NC state folklife.
The Cockman Family musicians are four brothers, their sister and their dad. They sing because they believe that God has given them this talent to glorify Him. The Cockmans have a unique bluegrass gospel style. Their harmonies, original songs and original arrangements of the old gospel songs have been immensely popular with their audiences. Fans love their family-style entertainment as well.
Soul Vision is a Southern gospel quartet based out of Brevard, NC with "one" vision.... to draw lost souls to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. They have deep roots in "old-time" Southern gospel music, while adding a new edge to it. The group consists of Patrick Case of Brevard, Denna Reese of Burnsville, Randall Mull of Hendersonville, NC, and Tip Robertson of Greenville, SC. All have backgrounds singing and playing gospel music since childhood.
All proceeds from this event go to support the Transylvania Heritage Museum.