NQC 2017: Tuesday Evening

by | Sep 27, 2017 | Concert Review, History, Major Concert Events, Reviews

HIGHLIGHT: Best Set
Jason Crabb and his band set the bar on Tuesday evening. He began much as Monday evening began with the National Anthem. His set concluded with a brand new song about unity. Joining Crabb for the final song were several of Southern Gospel’s younger singers.

There is such a huge contrast when a completely real (and superbly skilled) band takes the stage. Blaine Johnson continues to impress at the keys.

HISTORY: Themed line-ups
For many years, the Monday night lineup at NQC was 100% male quartets followed by a Tuesday night lineup of family and mixed groups. NQC has foregone these themed nights in recent years in favor of a variety show every night.

David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray is a church music director in Ellenboro, NC. He is the author of Murray's Encyclopedia Of Southern Gospel Music and the owner of both SGHistory.com and MusicScribe.com. David plays piano for Southern Sounds Quartet and the Foothills Community Choir.

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