Gospel trio to perform at Ga-Ana September 9
“Hearts of Grace” will bring original southern gospel melodies to the stage of Georgiana's Ga-Ana Theatre on September 9.
The Brazoria, Texas-based, six-member group, which features a live band, will perform from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, September 9.
Founder and manager Floyd Scott has been singing since the age of five and appeared on the popular “Country Boy Eddie Show” in Birmingham.
Wearing many hats, Floyd is also the group's songwriter, lead singer and bus driver.
His wife Christine, a gifted pianist who also hails from Alabama, write songs for the group as well.
“Christine's heart is southern gospel, her vocal style, country and her commitment is to the Lord,” Floyd says.
Floyd's songs include “All in a Heartbeat,” “Hearts of Grace,” the group's theme song, “Ride Out the Storm,” and “I Just Can't Praise You Enough.”
Among Christine's compositions are “Did I?” and “Face to Face.”
Hearts of Grace has three CD releases: “God Made a Promise,” “Come See the Man” and “I Need to Hear Your Voice.”
Admission to the concert is $7. For more information, contact 334-382-7959 or 334-376-9019.