Evening concerts start at 7:00 p.m
May 27
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 24
Celebrating 25 years in gospel music ministry this Southern/Country Gospel trio is based out of Texarkana, Texas. Over the years they have had the privilege to open for national recording artists such as The Hoppers, Gold City, Mike Bowling Group, The Nelons, Jeff & Sherri Easter, Greater Vision, Karen Peck and New River, The Stamps Quartet and many others. The group not only travel and sing but they also promote gospel music. The trio has released 11 recordings. They have hosted 8 successful Gospel Music Cruises and are founding members of the Four States Gospel Music Association along with RDH Promotions.
July 22
This group sang their first concert in January 2014. They are based out of Perry County, Arkansas. Members include Doyan Brown, Debbie Brown, Amanda Brown, Larry Bolin and Tom Presley. Their live band includes piano, acoustic guitar and electric guitar. They have sung in churches around Arkansas with the purpose to spread the "good news" to all who will listen.
August 26
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 23
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