Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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November 30, 2013

Lindsey Graham concert at Greensburg Wesleyan

GREENSBURG – Greensburg Wesleyan Church is pleased to announce its Christmas Concert with Lindsey Graham at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 1.

This special service will be held at the Decatur County Community School Corporation’s office, located on Montgomery Road in the former A2Z building. Rev. Doug Preston and the church family would like to invite everyone in the community to kick off the Christmas season with this exciting concert.

Lindsey Graham knew at a young age God had given her a musical gift. Born and raised in Hartford, Ky., Graham said she is naturally drawn to Gospel music. Always encouraged and supported by her family, she has grown confident in realizing her call to the ministry.

Lindsey has shared the stage with many Gospel greats including The Crabb Family, The Booth Brothers, Triumphant Quartet, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, The Isaacs, The Dixie Echoes, The Stamps, The Blackwoods, Kevin Spencer, Dennis Gwizdala, and Larry Ford. She participated in the 2007 Gaither Homecoming video Amazing Grace. Graham recently traveled full time with a southern gospel group, The Taylors. They made many appearances in North America, including NQC Main Stage 2012, as well as Sweden and Northern Ireland.

Through her continued classical vocal studies, Lindsey performs for the Naples Opera Society of Naples, Florida. In 2011, she traveled to Europe as a guest soloist of the Bach Ensemble of Naples, Florida. For three consecutive seasons Lindsey sang the National Anthem and the Canadian Anthem for the Boston Red Sox spring training games in Ft. Myers, FL. Lindsey is a studied pianist and flutist, incorporating both into her ministry. A 2005 graduate of Belmont University in Nashville, TN, she received a Bachelors of Music and was also inducted as a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society based upon GPA and staff member recommendation. Lindsey completed a Masters of Arts in Religion with an emphasis in Worship Studies from Liberty University in 2012.

Singing Christian music is extremely vital to Lindsey as she is eager to uplift and excited to share the love of Jesus with others. Her ambition is to reach the lost and encourage believers in the Lord. With her bubbly personality and positive attitude, Lindsey has a voice that is powerful and full of clarity. With warm, inviting vocals and striking stage presence, the lyrics are easily understood and conveyed to her audience.

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