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The Singing Sons of Abraham Concert

Event Date: 
May 3, 2014 - 7:00am - 9:00am

The Singing Sons of Abraham present

The 50s, 60s, 70s, & 80s....

A memory lane Rock and Rhythm Production II

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Doors: 6:00pm | 7:00pm Show

in the Hammonds Lane Theatre

GA Tickets $25.00

Seniors (62 +) / Students with I.D.

$20.00 Children (6-12) $15.00

*$5.00 will be added to each ticket price the day of the event if not purchased in advance.

The Singing Sons of Abraham from First Tabernacle of Baltimore, Maryland, developed their unique style of vocalization more than 40 years ago. Over the years, the brethren, under the direction of Charles W. Harris, Larry Johnson and Jacob Carey, I, Musical Directors, the group added an array of arrangements, as well as new original songs to their inspirational repertoire of “a cappella” singing. The group also performs contemporary secular songs for occasions such as weddings and private parties, as well as for state and city political functions or events. They have performed locally at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, the Lyric, Arena Playhouse, and are favorites at colleges and universities along the east coast.

Jays, The Platters, Harvey and the Moon Glows and many, many others from the above eras.

As members of First Tabernacle of Baltimore, Maryland, located at 1606 Ashland Avenue, their local pastor, former Musical Director of the group, is Evangelist-at-Large Dr. Charles W. Harris. The group’s current Musical Director is Jacob Carey, II who accepted the position after his father, Jacob Carey, I, retired in 2013. In 2008, the group launched their first CD “Try Everyday.” It is a collection of their favorite gospel and inspirational songs sung “a capella.”

The group also has DVDs of their recent R&B Concerts. The CDs and the DVDs will be on sale at the May 3, 2014 Concert.

Featuring portrayals of The Temptations, Earth, Wind and Fire, Michael Jackson, Joe Williams, Nina Simone, The Intruders, Jerry Butler, The Stylistics, Stephanie Mills and many more…


Chesapeake Arts Center
194 Hammonds Lane Brooklyn Park, MD 21225
United States