Greenville Concert Oct 12 1972

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Greenville Concert Oct 12 1972 - P rison memorabilia. _. I \A/f\ I ** v Gospel...
P rison memorabilia. _. I \A/f\ I ** v Gospel Concert Will Feature s A concert of gospel music will be presented Saturday in Henderson Hall, Thiel College, featuring the Watchmen Quartet of Clymer, and the Inheritors of Transfer. The program program will begin at 7 p.m. with IRon Tops, local radio person;- j alitV) scrv j n g as master of cere- j mon j cs tl Jn addition lo lhc salurdav to evening concert, the Watchmr; Quartet will be taking maju parts in the Sunday meetings of The Salvation Army, 288 Main St. beginning with Sunday School 'at 10 a.m., and continuing continuing with the Holiness meet ing at 11 a.m., Soldiers dinner at 12:30 p.m., and salvation meeting at 6 p.m. All the meetings meetings are open to the public and everyone is cordially invited to attend. The Watchmen Quartet is ono of the most prominent gospel the tri-state area. g jn tne tn _ stale ar ea 1 began sjnging at a com munity hymn-sing in March of 1968. Since that time, the OII1UC L1IUL LII1I*"-, i...— o has toured extensive i y J h hout Wester n Pennsyl- this'./.. f a vania New York, Ohio, Mary- iand and Kentucky. The Watchmen are a group of individuals dedicated to the spreading of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by way of song. Members include: Jim Roach, who sings lead; John Abraham, baritone; Howard Abraham Jr., bass guitarist and tenor; Loren Greene, bass; and Mrs. Minnie Abraham, the very capable pianist who gives the Watchmen Watchmen a distinctive and unique "down home" gospel sound. The Inheritors of Transfer are one of the most exciting new groups in the field of gospel music. These young people, the oldest of which is 24, have sung in many concerts and churches across the nation, and have thrilled thousands | with their unique presentation of standard and contemporary gospel selections The Inheritors consist of Coleman Lane, baritone and manager, Frank Lane, tenor; Joan Coulson, lead singer; Gordon Ruby, pianist and ar ranger; and Dean Leydon drummer. of of 1 I in to is of

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  1. The Record-Argus,
  2. 12 Oct 1972, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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