Sunday Drive of Knoxville, Tenn., and LifeSong will headline the Winter Jubilee at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Madison on Friday, January 20, at 7 p.m. Admission is free, however, a love offering will be received during the concert.
Sunday Drive, formerly known as the Jeff Treece Band, is a Christian band that is known for their comedy and is considered by many to be the “Ray Stevens of Gospel Music.” The band has received numerous accolades throughout the years, including: 2015-16 KCAF Vocal Group of the Year; 2013-14 ICM Vocal Group of the
Year; won over 20 Entertainer and Vocal Group of the Year awards; as well as five number one songs since 2011, along with chart topping songs in multiple genres. The group has also performed at the Grand Ole Opry in Branson and on national TV.
The group is comprised of husband and wife, Jeff and Misty Treece, and Jeff’s brother, Dusty Treece.
LifeSong is made up of Bryant Thigpen, Ethan Brooks and Jessica Ratliff, and their roots run deep in southern gospel music. The group began in 2008 when three friends decided to come together and perform a concert. Little did they know that would be the beginning of a ministry that would span over 10 years. LifeSong has recorded nine albums in the past decade, their most recent being Homeland, which is being released this month.
“Whether you’re five years old attending your first gospel concert, or you’ve been attending for years, we hope to have something that reaches every person attending our concerts,” group manager Bryant Thigpen stated. “We want to point the lost to Christ, encourage the discouraged and be a blessing to many through the message in the music.”
For more information, please call (850) 973-3500 or (850) 464-0114. To learn more about the artists, you may visit their websites at www.SundayDrive.biz or www.LifeSongGospel.com.