“Music That Spans the Generations” features The Ball Brothers
The Ball Brothers are three very likeable brothers, Andrew, Daniel and Joshua Ball, and their life-long friend, Andy Tharp. The group is based in Chickamauga, Georgia but travel all over the world, along with pianist, Cody McVey and sound technician, Josh Gibson. On July 22, they will be at Sugar Land Methodist Church. The public is welcome to share in the fun as these witty and talented young men share their musical gifts.
Although they have been categorized as a gospel quartet, there is nothing traditional about them or their music. Since their formation in 2006, they have rapidly found a musical balance between the old and new.
Don’t miss your opportunity to see this group of likeable young men at Sugar Land Methodist Church on Sunday, July 22, at 7:00 pm.
The concert will be held in the main sanctuary and an ice cream social will follow in the Great Hall. Admission is $10. Tickets may be purchased weekdays in the church office, or on Sunday mornings in the Narthex. They will also be sold at the door.
For more information on The Ball Brothers, visit theballbrothers.com. To catch up on the Music Ministry at Sugar Land Methodist, visit sugarlandmethodist.org/worship or call Director of Music Ministries, Dr. Craig Gilbert at 281-491-6041.
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