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Gatlinburg Gathering A Success
In spite of the recent spike in gasoline prices, which hovered around $3.29 a gallon in parts of the Great Smoky Mountains over the Labor Day weekend, thousands of Gospel music lovers still flocked to Gatlinburg for the annual Gatlinburg Gathering ╤ a dynamic three day event, presented by Abraham Promotions.

Those who attended the first evening, on Friday, September 2, enjoyed impressive performances by renowned artists Hope╒s Call, the Freemans, Victoria Huggins, Tony Gore, Ivan Parker, Greater Vision and Hoppers, who performed with overhead video screens broadcasting rare archival film footage of the family singing ╥Shoutin╒ Time╙ at many locations and settings around the globe.

On Saturday night, September 3, in Gatlinburg, performing artists included Gold City, Brian Free & Assurance, Mark Bishop, the Greenes and the Talley Trio. On Sunday, September 4, the Southern Gospel lineup included the Dove Brothers, the Perrys, Triumphant Quartet, Whisnants and Michael Combs. Each evening of the event included a special evangelistic message and an invitation to accept Christ as Savior and Lord.

Besides the evening entertainment, there were also many exhibitors, as well as artist booths and afternoon musical showcase concerts.

Regardless of soaring gasoline prices, Southern Gospel music was certainly alive and well during the Labor Day weekend at The Gatlinburg Gathering! According to a spokesman at Abraham Promotions, reservations for Gatlinburg Gathering 2006 have already begun. For more information, contact: , or call 1-888-238-6858.
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