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Southern Gospel singer Chuck Crain will perform live at St. Mary of the Lake Catholic Church at 124 College Avenue in Culver, Sat., Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. Admission is a freewill love offering.
Chuck Crain is in his twelfth season as a featured vocalist at the Presleyâ€™s Country Jubilee Show in Branson, Missouri. He sings tenor with the Southern Gospel Quartet, back up vocals for some of the other entertainers, and performs many behind the scenes duties.
Crain began singing during his time in the Navy and in 1976 joined his first full time gospel group, the Mid-South Boys Quartet in Sheridan, Arkansas. In 1979, he joined the Blackwoodâ€™s, taking him all around the world, singing to millions of gospel music fans. Performing on television programs such as the 700 Club, PTL, and Jimmy Swaggart, just to name a few. In 1990, the Blackwoodâ€™s came to Branson, Missouri where Chuck left and formed his own group, The Heartland Quartet.
He has performed on stage with Wayne Newton in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Branson, and the list goes on. In 1996, Crain joined with Gary and Steve Presley; the group is seen on RFD TV with a half hour program weekly.
For more information on the concert at St. Mary's, contact Chris Sayer, 574-276-1611.