“Battle Of The Songs” Returns To Fort Worth, TX

The Original W.B. NOWLIN “Battle of Songs” Concerts Return to Fort Worth, Texas for three days! May 30 – June 1, 2024.

The iconic W.B. NOWLIN “Battle of Songs” is set to make a grand return to Fort Worth, Texas, from May 30 to June 1, 2024. This eagerly anticipated event announces a lineup of renowned artists that will have characteristics of W.B. Nowlin’s historic “Battle of Songs” concerts.

The festival announcement today boasts an impressive roster of artists including The Martins, Jeff and Sheri Easter, Joseph Habedank, Goodman Revival, Blackwood Brothers, The Inspirationals Quartet of Texas, Triumphant Quartet, The Inspirations, Mark Trammell Quartet, Dennis Swanberg and Master Of Ceremonies, Duane Garren.

Ron Wills, a passionate advocate for preserving the legacy of Gospel Music in Fort Worth, has spearheaded the resurgence of this incredible musical experience. Collaborating with esteemed promoters Paul Belcher, Duane Garren, John Rulapaugh, and Scott Godsey, Wills aims to recreate the spirit of the original “Battle of Songs” concerts.

Ron Wills says,  “After the end of World War II, W.B. Nowlin began promoting Gospel sings throughout the United States, particularly in the southwestern states. He became known for a regular promotion billed as the ‘Battle of Songs,’ an event that placed popular gospel quartets on stage in friendly head-to-head competition. Paul Belcher carried this concept on in Fort Worth for many years, and we are excited to have him a part of this organization in 2024! We are honored to bring this concept back to Will Rogers Memorial Center and share it with new generations.”

Tickets for the three-day event will officially go on sale soon. Music enthusiasts are encouraged to secure their seats early for this extraordinary event.

For additional information and updates, please visit battleofsongsfortworth.com.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of W.B. NOWLIN’s Original “Battle of Songs”, a celebration of Gospel music’s rich heritage.