Elvis does gospel at the Smoky Mountain JubileeWritten by Admin
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The Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts in Franklin will welcome three sensational Gospel groups at the Smoky Mountain Jubilee at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug.11.
The Blackwood Brothers Quartet, an eight-time Grammy award-winning southern gospel group will open the evening. With a background of over 75 years in gospel music, they are one of the best-known groups in gospel music history. The Blackwood Brothers have performed with many well-known artists over the years, including Johnny Cash.
Headlining the evening will be Mark Eskew, Promised Land and the Heartbreak Band. For 16 years, Eskew has paid tribute to the great Elvis Presley as the King of Rock N’ Roll. He has performed throughout the United States and has entertained many celebrities and politicians, including President George W. Bush. Eskew, Promised Land and the Heartbreak Band present Reflections of Elvis, a celebration of Elvis’ favorite gospel songs.
Tickets are $20 for the artist circle, $15 for all other seats and $8 for children 12 years and younger. 866.273.4615 or visit greatmountainmusic.com.