The harmonizing sounds of gospel music will resonate throughout Riverside Military Academy’s theater next week as two distinct groups perform for the students and public.
Greater Vision and the Mylon Hayes Family will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 27, in the Cervantes Theatre for the Arts, 2001 Riverside Drive, in Gainesville. Doors open at 6 p.m.
Tickets range from $16 to $22, depending on seat selection. Visit brownpapertickets.com/event/1260625 to purchase tickets.
Formed in 1990, Greater Vision has become recognized for its ability to blend three unique and versatile vocalists. Gerald Wolfe, the group’s founder and emcee, sings the lead. Songwriter Rodney Griffin handles the baritone part for the trio. Chris Allman, also a writer, sings tenor.
Throughout the years, Greater Vision has established a firm place at the pinnacle of Christian music and has become the most awarded trio in the history of gospel music.
For more information on Greater Vision, visit www.greatervisionmusic.com.
Hailing from Hudson, N.C., the Mylon Hayes Family ministers on a full-time basis with Mylon leading the family.
Originally from Boone, N.C., Mylon sang most of his life with his family,. He has continued his family’s goal of lifting up God with his own family.
He met and married his wife, Wendy, in 1995. She was originally from Morganton, N.C., and sang solos in her church throughout her life.
The couple has three children: 16-year-old twin boys, Conner and Bailey, and 12-year-old daughter, Kennedy. All three are homeschooled to allow them the flexibility to travel and conduct their ministry.
The Mylon Hayes Family’s latest CD, “Hymns & Classics,” is a collection of songs the family of five have all enjoyed singing for many years. It includes songs such as “Stepping In The Light,” “What A Day That Will Be,” and “Jesus Saves.”
Visit themylonhayesfamily.com for more information.