Graceland Gospel Music Festival Announced As First Major Pay Per View Event on Singing News TV
New TV Network Available On Most Smart TV’s, Phones and Computer!
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 29, 2021) – Graceland — the historic home of “The King of Rock & Roll,” Elvis Presley — is set to host a new Gospel music festival. In a special partnership with Singing News and Sea Walker Media, the Graceland Gospel Music Festival will welcome fans from across the globe from November 3-5, 2021, in Memphis, TN on the Graceland property at the Soundstage.
In addition to the live event, the evening concerts will be the first live Pay-Per-View event offered on Singing News TV! Now fans unable to journey to the Graceland Gospel Music Festival will be able to join in the excitement.
The three-night event will feature an incredible lineup of gospel music, including: Triumphant Quartet, Joseph Habedank, Brian Free & Assurance, Greater Vision, Emily Ann Roberts, Hoppers, Karen Peck & New River, Mark Trammell Quartet, The Sound, Carolina Quartet, Legacy Five, The Isaacs, Jeff & Sheri Easter, Mike Lefevre Quartet, Michael Combs, and more.
In addition to evening concerts, the festival will feature matinee concerts, morning Bible studies and a very special matinee presentation called “The Gospel Side of Elvis.”
“When I met with the wonderful folks at Graceland four years ago, I never dreamed we would be able to do something so special,” said Scott Godsey, Sea Walker Media CEO. “The artists and industry support through our Sea Walker and Singing News brands completely transformed the opportunity with this amazing entity. It’s the love of Gospel music that gave Elvis a reason to sing and it’s an honor to bring that music back to his home. And now, we are bringing this event to every home on our brand new TV network!”
Elvis Presley has been called the greatest entertainer in the history of music. He topped the charts of almost every genre of music. He was literally awarded with 101 gold albums, 57 platinum and 25 multi-platinum, and in addition, 139 million LP records. During his lifetime, he won three GRAMMY awards, all for gospel music.