The National Quartet Convention is announcing a new event. While the Convention itself is moving to Pigeon Forge next year, they will continue a presence in Louisville, Kentucky with this new event, the NQC Spring Break. It will be held Thursday and Friday nights, March 27-28, 2014, at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky.
Though it has a much smaller line-up, the creams of the crop are scheduled to appear. Featured artists for Thursday night will be The Sneed Family, The Collingsworth Family, The Kingdom Heirs, and Jason Crabb, this event is sure to be a high energy concert with some of the best talent in the genre performing.
Jeff Sneed commented “We welcome the opportunity to be a part of this new outreach by the National Quartet Convention. Louisville has been very supportive of the NQC and it’s great to continue a function of the Convention here.”
The Sneed Family began its gospel music journey in 1982 as “Glory Bound” with four young men just out of High School. The group was founded by 18-year-old pianist and baritone, Jeff Sneed. Jeff met and married Pam Saylors who not only became his wife, but his singing partner. Today they are living our dream by standing on stage with their entire family night after night. Since the groups beginning it has flourished into a current day family ministry team.
Today’s group is made up of Jeff Sneed (vocals, piano), Pam Sneed (vocals), Amanda Cowan (vocals, mandolin), Caleb Cowan (vocals), Seth Sneed (vocals, rhythm & bass guitar), and Jacob Sneed (drums). In early 2008 The Sneed Family launched a brand new Christian Television Show called “Glory Bound Jubilee” on WPBM Proclaim Broadcasting.