Sacred Harmony Performs With Larry Gatlin

Sacred Harmony with Larry Gatlin
Sacred Harmony with Larry Gatlin

 Nashville, TN (February 1, 2016)  Sacred Harmony, recently performed to a sold out show with Country music superstar Larry Gatlin at the historic Palace Theatre in Crossville, TN. Sacred Harmony thrilled the crowd with their brand of Southern Gospel music and tight harmonies. While the group performed,“Greatly Blessed, Highly Favored,” the crowd erupted as Larry Gatlin ran on stage to join Sacred Harmony to sing the song he helped pen with Bill Gaither.

“It was such an honor to share the stage with Larry. We had such a wonderful time and are looking forward to working with him again,” stated Janet Weaver of Sacred Harmony.

“This was a great night for Sacred Harmony to showcase their ministry. They not only represented Butler Music Group well, they also represented Southern Gospel music with class,” added Les Butler, President of BMG.

Following the concert, Sacred Harmony was invited by the promoter of the Gatlin concert to sing on numerous upcoming events. Fans can watch highlights of Sacred Harmony with Larry Gatlin and more by clicking on the following link.

Sacred Harmony, based out of Johnson City, Tennessee, has been ministering for over 15 years all across the nation. They have been featured on the Gospel Greats with Paul Heil and recently released a new album, The Champion Collection, produced by Phil Cross. To learn more about Sacred Harmony, go to

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