The Dalton Gang — Roundup Sunday

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Mike Vick

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

May 29, 2011 at 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM

Location: Pleasant Hill Pentecostal Church

Phone: (270) 875-1953

Email: pleasanthill@newwavecomm.net

Link: http://www.forministry.com/USKYFGFCMPHP4

Event Description

Pleasant Hill Pentecostal Church (http://www.forministry.com/USKYFGFCMPHP4/), Trigg Co. oldest Pentecostal Church, has announced plans for their upcoming homecoming services, Memorial Day weekend, May 29. The theme “Roundup Sunday” will run throughout the day and be seen the day in attire, decorations and menu. While “western” theme is suggested, it certainly is not required. The church is located at 15283 Linton Rd, near the community of Canton.

The services will begin with worship at 10:45 a.m. with congregational singing, special music and Pastor Stokes preaching the morning message. The celebration will continue with a “Cowboy Campfire Cookout” Potluck in the church fellowship hall with a western theme menu. Parishioners will be cooking western theme menu items, such as fried chicken, beans and hamburger, fried taters, corn cakes and many others. Many items will be cooked and served in cast iron skillets.

The highlight of the afternoon, will be a concert by The Dalton Gang (http://www.daltongangministry.com/) from Nashville, Kentucky. Tom, Cheryl and Troye Dalton will be presenting an afternoon of great southern gospel music with something that will please everyone. "In the Storm," the group's previous single, garnered a lot of attention in the Southern Gospel radio community. Their latest single, "Blessings are Mine" is receiving air time in many markets.

Solid Gospel radio network guru Gregg Hutchins puts it in a nutshell: "The Dalton Gang is real people, singing real music, about a real God."

The Dalton Gang is entertaining, talented and, most of all, music ministers. They skillfully blend music and testimony. As the concert unfolds, it’s hard to sit through the Dalton Gang’s concert without getting involved, singing along and worshiping with them. Perhaps the most important element of their presentation is Tom’s unique ability to establish a rapport with his listeners. It is evident that he desires to reach out and impact the lives of the audience, encouraging them to love one another so Christ will be glorified in their lives.

Their country style, superb family harmony and lively presentation takes them coast to coast. The Dalton Gang has played at the White House in Washington, D.C., on concert stages at the Ohio State Fair, Dollywood, Renfro Valley and the Kentucky Apple Festival, and many churches, including Greentree Ministries in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and Dr. Stewart McBernie’s church in Glendale, California.

The Dalton Gang’s music is heard nationally on Christian radio and television. “There’s Always A Rainbow” and “There Is Strength In The Lord”, played by Salem’s southern gospel music network, Solid Gospel, sent encouragement to millions and prompted response from across the nation. The Dalton Gang has enjoyed Top 20 songs nationally. Tom has written songs recorded by some of Southern Gospel Music’s most popular groups, such as the McKameys, Spencers and the Singing Cookes. They have been seen by millions on Christian television such as TBN, GMT, PTL, CTN, Daystar, Dove and many syndicated and local programs.

During the 1990’s, the two Daltons joined Nashville’s music industry when a health issue forced the Dalton Gang into a sabbatical from full-time ministry. Although Tom and Cheryl were not actively touring at the time, they continued to be active in developing and establishing many other gospel music artists. Tom worked on Nashville’s Music Row where he was Marketing Director for Multimedia/Music City News’ Gospel Voice magazine. He also founded Brentwood Talent and Marketing, a promotions and management company with clients such as the Crabb Family, Sparrow Records, Charlie Daniels, Marty Raybon, Andy Griffith and Bill Gaither & the Homecoming Corporation.

In 2001, they again picked up their tour schedule and put the Dalton Gang back on the road. That road will lead to Cadiz Memorial Day weekend.

If you need directions or further information, you can contact Pastor Stokes at (270) 875-1953 or email at pleasanthill@newwavecomm.net .
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