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Annual Hartford “Hills of Fame” Gospel Songfest

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The 29th annual Hartford “Hills of Fame” Gospel Songfest  will be held on Mothers Day, May 12, beginning at 6 p.m. at Faith Chapel, 308 Hwy 45, in Hartford.    

The featured group this year will be the Erwins. This siblings team is blazing new trails in Southern Gospel, proving to their industry peers and fans alike, that the future of Southern Gospel music is secure with a young group like The Erwins coming on the scene.

Come enjoy an evening of inspirational gospel music in commemoration of the Hartford Music Co. once owned and operated in Hartford, Arkansas.  The Hartford Music Co. published such well-known songs as “I’ll Fly Away,” written by Albert E. Brumley; “Victory in Jesus,” written by E.M. Bartlett; and “Just a Rose Will Do,” written by J.A. McClung.  All three of these famous gospel composers have been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, and all were former owners of the Hartford Music Company.

You will enjoy the breathtakingly beautiful drive just 30 miles south of Fort Smith on Hwy 45 and 20 miles east of Poteau on Hwy 83. Bring your mother and your family and come out to hear and participate in some good old gospel singing this Mothers Day.

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