at Tinney Chapel UMC, the quintessential country church, located at 449 County Road 4620, two miles south of Winnsboro on FM 312, then one-fourth mile east on 4620. The concert will end at 8:00 pm and is a great way to prepare yourself for Easter morning:
FREE CONCERT AT TINNEY CHAPEL FAMILY LIFE CENTER SATURDAY, APRIL 19,
beginning at 6:30 pm and going until 8:00 pm. Performers confirmed to be
George Jordan, the original Tinney Chapel Troubadour,
Gary McMullen, son of the legendary
Dalton McMullen of Cater Hill picking and singing fame,
Michael Gunn, a
real musical pistol and a true son of a Gunn,
Doc Davis, raconteur, balladeer,
and washtub bass virtuoso,
Joe Dan (the ukulele man) Boyd and
Williams, the Winnsboro Whippoorwill, whose melodious and powerful vocal
delivery must be heard to be appreciated, and who also coaxes music
from heavenly harp strings. Anita is the spouse of legendary rockabilly
pioneer Lew Williams and is creator and facilitator of the unique
Winnsboro Online Guide.
You do not want to miss this FREE extravaganza:
Here is a link to one of the performances at this event: Joe Dan Boyd & the Peckerwood Junction Boys & Girls perform 3 songs (Tramp On The Street, Rainbow At Midnight, Gathering Flowers For The Master's Bouquet):
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TINNEY CHAPEL--The congregation of Tinney Chapel United
Methodist Church invites the public to a free music concert Saturday, April 19,
beginning at 6:30 pm, in the Church's spacious Family Life Center at 449 County
Road 4620, just off FM 312.
Scheduled performers include George Jordan, Gary
McMullen, Michael Gunn, Doc Davis, Joe Dan Boyd and Anita Williams, known at
Tinney Chapel as "The Winnsboro Whippoorwill" because of her powerful
acappella voice and strong vocal delivery. Anita is best known locally as
creator and facilitator of the popular Winnsboro Online Guide.
Admission to the event is free and no donations are
Tinney Chapel is located two miles south of Winnsboro on
FM 312, then one-fourth mile east on County Road 4620.
Labels: Anita Williams, Doc Davis, Gary McMullen, George Jordan, Joe Dan Boyd, Michael Gunn, Pastor., Praise and Gospel Concert, Rev. Jim Hilton, Tinney Chapel Troubadours, Tinney Chapel UMC, ukulele, washtub bass