Forgiven Quartet performing Saturday at Poncan Theatre

Ponca City Now - July 16, 2016 3:17 pm

The Southern Gospel quartet Forgiven will present its 35th Anniversary at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 16 at The Poncan Theatre at First Street and Grand Avenue.

Admission is free, but a love offering will be taken for the Oklahoma group.

Forgiven Quartet has been spreading the good news of Jesus Christ through song and testimony for 35 years with an emphasis on the smooth harmonies exemplifying southern gospel music.

The group routinely performs at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO, has recently signed an exclusive artist agreement with The Song Garden Music Group out of Chesapeake, Virginia, and recently performed on the main stage at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, as a result of winning a National Quartet Convention Regional Artist Showcase Event.

Forgiven Quartet is one of the most highly respected and highly requested regional southern gospel quartets in the nation having ministered in 18 states. Typically presenting more than 100 concerts per year, they have also released 14 full-length recording projects with 10 songs receiving significant air-play on several Christian music stations across the nation. They include “God’s Gonna Do It Again”, “Where The Battle Is Won,” “But For A Cross,” which also charted on The Singing News Top 80 Chart for 2012, “Live The Gospel,” “Straiten’ It Out,” and “There’s Still A Hope,” Their most recent radio releases include “Count It All Joy”, “Destination Known”, “His Hand On Me” and “Miracle”.

Current members of the group are Mark Brooke (tenor) from Bartlesville, Mark Green (lead) from Owasso, David Buckingham (baritone/bass player) from Tulsa, and Bink Mooney from Lawton.

 

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