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Strings Of Victory Songs From The Old Red Back
Strings of Christmas
The Strings of Victory group started as a musical outreach ministry. The group started in 2004 performing as the Singing Deacons when a small group of Deacons gathered for singing and fellowship. From that simple beginning, God blessed the men with a calling to a ministry through the music they loved so dearly
For 15 years, Strings of Victory has traveled throughout four states singing and playing traditional Gospel music. Performing all live music, we accompany ourselves with authentic acoustic instruments. A rhythm guitar, 5 string banjo, resonator guitar and upright bass provide a rounded instrumental ensemble to back up to the vocals. We perform old standards as well as our own original songs.
* Ranked #1 Regional on REVERBNATION
* 5 Star GigSalad Rating
* Listed by CBS Charlotte in the top Bluegrass Bands in the Area
As one of our songs mentions, "this world is not my home, I'm just a passin through", we look forward to eternity in the presence of our Savior. "What a Day That Will Be!" Until that day our plans are to be good stewards of the talents God has given us. We feel the best way to do that is to provide Christian entertainment, praise, worship, testimony and the Good News through music.
Visit our Sponsor
: The Price of Freedom Museum
, China Grove, NC – Price of Freedom Museum.US
Strings of Victory announced the release of their
fourth album, “Angels Are Awaiting” on Saturday,
September 9th 2017 in conjunction with The Price of
Freedom Museum’s Remembrance of 9/11 event. The
title track is the group’s original Bluegrass Gospel
song depicting the presence of angels during times of
Psalm 34: 7-8 The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them. O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.
Angels Are Awaiting
Donnie Miller BMI
Robert Robertson 1758 / William Cowper 1772, Traditional
On Heaven’s Bright Shore
Roscoe Reed / Praise Music Company
Come to Jesus
Chris Rice / Clumsy Fly Music C/O Word Music
I’ve Got That Old Time Religion in my Heart
Hurdist Milsap / Bridge Building Music
Hang In There
Donnie Miller, Jeffrey McCorkle BMI
I Need Thee Ev’ry Hour
Annie S. Hawks / Robert Lowry, 1871, Traditional
Speak To Me
Donnie Miller BMI
Would You Rather Be A Millionaire?
Jeff McCorkle BMI
Angels Among Us
Becky Hobbs and Don Goodman, Sony / ATV Tree Publishing
THROW BACK TUNE: Is That The Old Ship of Zion?
Conrad Cook / Kingsmen Publishing CO