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National gospel music talent in Hamilton Life Center's 2014 concert lineup

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Hamilton Life Center concerts

This is the schedule for gospel music concerts this year at Hamilton Life Center in Hamilton:
•Feb. 8: The Overtones
•March 15: Woodsmen Quartet
•April 12: The Freedom Quartet
•May 3: Ken Turner & Valor III
•May 24: The Talleys
•Aug. 9: Ball Brothers
•Sept. 5: The Browns
•Oct. 3: Southern Raised
•Oct. 18: Mark Dubbeld Family
•Nov. 8: Three Bridges
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Thursday, January 23, 2014 - 12:01 am

The Hamilton Life Center has announced its 2014 concert season lineup, which will feature 10 concerts.

This year's performing acts will include renowned gospel artists such as Ken Turner & Valor III, the Overtones, the Ball Brothers, the Freedom Quartet, and many more.

Season tickets for all 10 concerts at the center, located at 4001 Terry Lake Road in Hamilton, will be available for $40 at Hamilton Village Foods and STAR Financial Bank by calling 1-260-488-4129 or emailing hamiltonlifecenter@yahoo .com. Tickets for individual concerts are $6 at the door, and donations also will be accepted.

The artists performing at the concerts are recipients of and nominees for Grammy Awards, Dove Awards, Singing News Fan Awards, Southern Gospel Music Guild Harmony Honors, BMI Awards and the Living Legend Award.

Ken Turner, who is known as one of the lowest bass singers on the planet, is an inductee of the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Some artists featured in these concerts also have many national No. 1 songs in gospel music.

“We are continually amazed at the quality of talent God is bringing to our little town of Hamilton,” said Marc Hamman, who is the concert organizer for Hamilton Life Center. “We are excited to be able to host these concerts and to bring some joy into people's lives. These concerts are a blast!”

The doors and concessions will open at 6 p.m., with the pre-shows starting at 6:30 p.m. and the main concert at 7 p.m. The pre-show entertainment will occasionally feature local funnyman Carlton Reinhard, who is also a self-proclaimed accordion player.