Tribute Quartet performs Nov. 10

Tribute Quartet will put on a concert at Harvest Chapel of Venice, 225 Center Road, tonight, Saturday, Nov. 10, 6 p.m.

Harvest Chapel of Venice will present the renowned and very popular Tribute Quartet as a great beginning to our Winter Concerts at its new sanctuary at 225 Center Road, Venice, at 6 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 10.

Tribute Quartet has garnered two Dove Awards out of five top competitors, and they are justifiably proud. The winners were Riley Harrison Clark singing “Never Forsaken,” and their new album of the year, “Here for You,” also won.

These awards are not given out spontaneously, but after a lot of voting by the public, as well as those immediately involved with the Dove Awards and Southern Gospel music. Their wins are impressive, and here they come to Venice to share their witness with our community.

These concerts bring the community members from many area churches together to worship and be part of the togetherness this provides. This multi-award winning quartet and their music is a blessing for all of us — friends, neighbors and families come together in love and friendship.

This group’s schedule is always full and we are blessed that they put Harvest Chapel on their schedule. They have been coming to Harvest Chapel for many years now and we appreciate their time and each individual talent.

They come directly from Nashville and are always humbled by all the accolades they have received. Among the awards have been “Southern Gospel Artists of the Year” and “Favorite New Vocalist of the Year” to name a couple of them. But, very important to this group is the love their fans always show them.

Group members say they love Venice and have made many friends here. Tribute Quartet sings from their hearts and aim for the hearts of their audiences, so it is clear that they love what they do. They praise the Lord for being able to share this ministry and are quick to give Him the glory as they recognize that whatever talent they have to share with us comes only from Him.

Their vision is “preserving the heritage and promoting the future of Southern Gospel music,” a goal they reach so perfectly. In their appearance, warmth and style, this gifted group has become exactly what it set out to be – a representative of their Lord while singing praises to Him. Audiences recognize this and it is a big part of their popularity. Those who attend their concerts fall in love with them and they fall in love with their audiences.

There is no admission charge, but a Love Offering will be taken. For more information or directions call Deezie Sweet 941-483-4751 or Pastor Enloe at 941-391-1160.

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