Pigeon Forge, TN (Sept. 24, 2019) — The day was full of music, ministry and fellowship at NQC 2019, presented by Christian Healthcare Ministries, on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. The day began with morning chapel service featuring the Whisnants, worship by Mike Peck, and a message by Randy Perry (brother of Libbi Perry Stuffle).
Moving to the afternoon, Karen Peck & New River was featured during a special segment called “Person to Person,” offering an inside look into their ministry. Next up was the SGMA Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony honoring Ruben Bean, Ernie Phillips, Jackie Wilburn, and Gerald Wolfe. Tributes to each honoree were performed by the 3 Heath Brothers, Greater Vision, the Guardians, Wilburn & Wilburn, Joseph Habedank, Karen Peck & New River, Kingsmen, McKameys, and Tribute.
Next up were the evening concerts, hosted by Josh Franks. Performers included The Blackwood Brothers Quartet, Dixie Echoes, Endless Highway, Gold City Quartet, Guardians Quartet, Wilburn & Wilburn, Kingdom Heirs, The Littles, The Mark Trammell Quartet., Master’s Voice, The McKameys, The Nelons, The Perrys, Primitive Quartet., Tribute Quartet, Heart 2 Heart, Kramers, Rochesters, The Sound and the Ferguson Family.
A few highlights: The McKameys, who plan to retire in November 2019, beginning their last performances at NQC; Tribute Quartet premiering a few new songs from their forthcoming album; Daniel Riley making his first appearance with Gold City after a serious accident; Libbi Perry Stuffle wearing a vintage dress that she pledged to wear as a fundraiser for the SGMA; the Kingdom Heirs performing new music from a recent release, and so much more!
Presented by Christian Healthcare Ministries, NQC continues until Saturday, September 29, 2019, at the LeConte Center in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. More than 40,000 people are expected to enjoy the concerts and festivities planned.
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