ROCKFORD - The Homelighters Quartet has been invited by The Rockford Belle to perform a Southern Gospel concert on Saturday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. with the doors set to open at 6 p.m. The public is invited to attend the performance located at 135 Market Street, Rockford.
A free-will offering is accepted.
The Quartet was formed 30 years ago by twin brothers; Kenny and Kermit Haddox in Circleville, Ohio. The vision of the group was to sing Southern Style Gospel Music to the lost; that desire and commitment has never changed. Lead singer Kermit is the manager and the only remaining founding member.
The motto of the Homelighters is: "We would rather pray with you than sing to you." All members are born again Christian men with families and a burning desire to see the lost come to know Jesus Christ who makes all they do possible.
The Homelighters Quartet has performed in Missouri (Branson), Tennessee (Pigeon Forge), and Virginia (The Breaks). They have traveled to Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia and other states. They have performed at state fairs, concerts and especially enjoy singing in church services.
Their song "I've Come Along Way" has made it to number one on the Christian Voice chart and number one on the Radio Active Airplay chart.
Mark your calendar for another enjoyable evening at The Rockford Belle on Aug. 10 when the Homelighters Quartet perform Southern Gospel!
For more information contact Tom Rogers at (567) 644-9993.