Dates: October 9, 2015 – October 10, 2015
- Cathedrals Family Reunion
- Danny Funderburk
- Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
- Greater Vision
- Legacy Five
- Mark Trammel Quartet
The Cathedral Quartet was the most loved and most popular Gospel Quartet of their generation. Their legacy continues with some of today’s most popular Gospel Artists.
Cathedral Quartet Alumni know they have something special in common…they are part of what Glen Payne and George Younce called the “Cathedral Family.”
Scott Fowler, Danny Funderburk, Ernie Haase, Mark Trammell, and Gerald Wolfe traveled with the Cathedrals during the height of the Cathedrals’ popularity. Now these Artists come together for an unforgettable event, reliving the music and memories from the “Golden Age” of the Cathedrals.
Friday, October 9th, 7:00 PM (doors at 6:00 PM)
Featuring the current groups such as Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, Legacy Five, Mark Trammell Qt, Greater Vision & Danny Funderburk. The second half of the program will be a “Cathedral” Reunion of the 80’s era of the Cathedrals!)
Saturday, October 10th, 10:00 AM (doors at 9:30 AM)
(Cathedral Road Stories featuring Ernie Haase, Scott Fowler, Mark Trammell, Gerald Wolfe, and Danny Funderburk)
Saturday, October 10th, 6:00 PM (doors at 5:00 PM)
(Cathedral Reunion featuring the 90’s era of the Cathedrals, the hits, the moments with all the current the group members present as well as the Alumni Artist singing together and multi-media presentation of Roger, Glen and George)
Be involved in our Cathedral Family by liking our “Cathedral Family Reunion” Facebook page. We will be using this page leading up to the event for exclusive contests, special announcements pertaining to the event, a chance to help us select songs for the event, as well as the opportunity to submit YOUR memorabilia to have on display with credit at the event. There may even be an opportunity to be considered to SING WITH THE CATHEDRALS at the event!
To purchase tickets, please call IMC Concerts at (800) 965-9324 or The Oak Ridge Boys Theatre at (417) 335-2000.