Neelytown Concert June 24 1976
Watchmen Will Sing At Neelyton The Watchmen, one of the leading young gospel singing groups in the North, will be appearing at St. Luke United Methodist Church, Neelyton, on Saturday, June 26, starting at7:30p.m. This talented group of young men has been presenting presenting concerts all across the United States many years. They have performed on television and radio, and have recorded nine long playing albums with two more being planned in the near future. The Watchmen recently gained national recognition by singing at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn. The Watchmen began their career in gospel music in 1968 at a local hymn-sing. Since that time however, the group has evolved into one of the top performing and most sought after young Gospel groups in the North. Each year the group travels thousands of miles performing on the concert concert stage, for high school assemblies, at civic functions, local and country festivals and churches. The group is comprised of six musically talented individuals, including John Abraham, lead singer and manager of the group; Loren Greene, baritone and sound technician; Minnie Abraham, pianist and mother of three members of the group; Ken Abraham, drummer and evangelist; Howard (Tink) Abraham, tenor, bass guitarist, pianist and arranger for the group. A freewill offering will be received.