MSU Black Voices Gospel Choir fall concert Saturday

By: 
Jim Gaines
Staff Writer

The Black Voices Gospel Choir of Mississippi State University will hold a free public concert 5 p.m. Saturday in Colvard Student Union’s Bill R. Foster Ballroom.
Doors open at 4:30 p.m., according to a university news release. Featured songs will include “Greatness” by Darrel Pettis, “At All Times” by Andrew Knox and New Change, and “Blessed Assurance” by Sean Tillery and Changed. The Black Voices dance ministry will accompany the choir on “Great is the Day” by Kevin Terry and Predestined, according to the news release.
Vincent Tharpe and Kenosis, of Memphis, who have topped the Gospel Billboard chart, will also perform.
The evening's emcees will be pastors Dedrick and Deona Benson of University of Life Ministry in Oxford.
Though the concert is free, donations will be accepted; 10 percent of proceeds will benefit the MSU student relief fund, according to the news release.
For more information contact Terriante Garner, the choir's 2015-16 president, at 601-996-0049 or tg499@msstate.edu.

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