The 47th Brumley Gospel Sing Returns to Lebanon Missouri – 4 Days of the World’s Greatest Gospel Music
Powell, Missouri –(July 8, 2015) When Albert E. Brumley began writing music in the late 1920s, he never imagined his songs would go on to become some of the most popular and recorded Gospel and Americana music of our time. If it wasn’t for hits like “I’ll Fly Away” or “Turn Your Radio On,” we wouldn’t have some of the most profound and longstanding favorites of the industry. “I’ll Fly Away” remains the most recorded song ever.
The 47th Annual Brumley Gospel Sing remains one of the industry’s most recognized and highly anticipated Gospel Music festivals in the world and in less than a month the Brumley Music family will host the 47th installment of the annual event. This marks the tenth year the Brumley Gospel Sing takes place in Lebanon, Missouri. Straight down America’s most famous highway, Route 66, one can attend four days of music, food, celebration and entertainment.
The Brumley Gospel Sing originated in 1969 in a rodeo arena in Springdale, Arkansas as an idea by Albert E. Brumley. The popular four-day event brings together dozens of the most popular Gospel performers and more than 20,000 Gospel music fans from all over the world. Known as the “Granddaddy of All Gospel Sing” or “the Bonaroo of Gospel Music,” the Brumley Gospel Sing is a tradition for thousands of guests who have returned each and every year since its inception.