Evening concerts start at 7:00 p.m
May 26
Three sisters grew up in a church in Hot Springs that always had lots of music and musicians. They recently joined together and formed their own group, The Garrett Sisters. They have sung in numerous churches and events. The group has been featured at the Amity Trade Days Festival held monthly. Their "family" harmony and live band are always a crowd favorite.
June 23
HisStory is a Southern Gospel trio formed in 2015. Brother and sister, Anthony Minor, of Hensley, & Stephanie Alexander, of East End, are original members. Daran Robertson, of Benton, joined the trio in 2016.
“Everyone has a story. Everyone has struggles, but because of The Cross, we are here for one reason; to honor Him. May our lives reflect HisStory.”
July 28
Master's Touch has been traveling around the country for over thirty three years, spreading the gospel in song. The members include: Loyal and Margie Rowland of Mt. Ida, Arkansas and Martin and Donna Borden of Haltom City, Texas. They travel throughout Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. The group was recently awarded the Southern Gospel Music Association of Texas 2015 Group of the Year. Their number one goal is to see lives changed through the Gospel of Jesus Christ in song, to bring hope to the hopeless, light to the darkness, and the salvation of Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world.
August 25
This family group from Dermott, Arkansas started back singing in 1997. The vocals for this exciting southern gospel family is provided by a father and his two daughters. Their live band is made up of family and friends and features lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass guitar, and drums. Located in their hometown of Dermott they own THE SHED which was formerly an old tractor shed that has been transformed into a gospel singing performance hall featuring artists from around Arkansas each month. In addition to singing and songwriting they have recorded many, many projects through the years. They travel throughout Arkansas and surrounding states sharing their music ministry.
September 22
Great harmony is certainly no surprise when it comes to Junction 5. If asked, the guys will all agree that there musical abilities were developed from being exposed to singing and playing music in Church at very early ages. The group members include the Ford brothers, Dwight, Terry, Steve, and special friend, Gene Hendrix. Their live band features lead guitar, keyboard, bass guitar, rhythm guitars and drums. They have performed at Magic Springs and numerous events and churches around Arkansas through the years.
Lou Tabor, Manager
Hickory Hill Park
216 Bryant Road
Hot Springs, AR 71909

E-mail: The Hawkins Family