And there’s little doubt that the packed house at New Liberty Christian Church likes it to. On a Sunday night in early May, they’d descended on this little country church, located more than 17 miles from the nearest towns, for some old time singing and shouting.
The Band Table Singers, from left, Justin Meredith, Daniel Cambron, Aaron Cambron, Andrew Nichols (on guitar) and Luke Vaught. Absent was Jamey Buchanan.
Band Table Singers get together when they can, come full circle with hometown benefit concert Friday
By John Herndon, KentuckySings.com
Music is best when it’s done for fun.
That’s true for any age, any genre. And the Band Table Singers are a perfect example.
You might not know of The Band Table Singers, a group of high school buddies who just started singing and playing music together. They’re good. They’re lots of fun.
And they’ve had a journey that has gone from their high school band through The Oak Ridge Boys to The Kentucky Headhunters and now full circle.
And they will be in concert Friday night, Dec. 13 at the Glasgow (Ky.) High School auditorium in a concert to benefit the school’s Marching Scottie Band. It will be the group’s second benefit concert for the band. Continue reading “Having fun while praising God”→
I really wasn’t sure what to expect when I loaded the car Monday morning and headed to Pigeon Forge for the National Quartet Convention.
I had a sport coat and tie, just in case, but had mostly packed casual clothes. My 34 years as a sports editor had prompted me to pack my Dallas Cowboys’ windbreaker if the Leconte Center was like an icebox. Thankfully, it wasn’t.