2024 Concert Schedule

 

 

 Southern Gospel concerts at OD Church of the Lost and Found are always free.

We bring the best and biggest groups to North Myrtle Beach just for you.

 

The doors open at 5:00 pm, and the concert starts at 6:00 pm.*

We advise you to come early to get the best seating.

 

(*Dates and times subject to change.
Current information is confirmed as of 3/9/2024.) 

Glory Road Fundraiser

Glory Road

April 19th & 20th

Bluegrass Concert Event

Friday, 4/19 – 6 pm

  • Royal Descendants
  • The Morris Brothers

Saturday, 4/20 – 6 pm

  • Aynortowne Bluegrass Band
  • Willing Hearts

The Browders

May 4th

Armed with an abundance of talent and fueled by an unwavering commitment to spreading the Gospel, The Browders have become one of Christian music’s most acclaimed groups. The family band’s album, Time Machine, yielded a record-breaking seven #1 hits. The Browders latest CD, Authentic, includes the #1 song, You’re Not In This Alone and several other radio hits.

The Browders showcase the talents of the entire family with father Tommy, brothers Matthew and David, and Matthew’s lovely wife Sonya each taking a turn on lead vocals. “We really feel like it is music for the whole family,” says Sonya. “There is something that every age group can enjoy because it’s music of yesterday and it’s music of today.”

The Whisnants

June 8th

With over 40 years of traveling behind them, The Whisnants have performed all across the nation and around the world, including Canada, Hawaii and cruises sailing to the Bahamas, Belize and Mexico. The trio has celebrated 13 #1 songs spanning from 2001 to 2013 and their first single for 2014, “He Can Move That Stone,” was nominated as a Top 10 Favorite Song in the Singing News Fan awards (2014). In 2003, their ballad “What You Took From Me” ranked #1 on the Singing News Top 40 Year End Chart as the most played song on radio and “Even In The Valley” did the same in 2004. They have been nominated for Trio of the Year 10 times and received many individual nominations such as Favorite Young Artist, Favorite Female Singer, Favorite Alto, etc. They also have appeared on the Gospel Music Southern Style Program (INSP Network), the Gaither Video Taping in Nashville, TN in February of 2007 and numerous appearances at the National Quartet Convention. More importantly, Jeff shares, “I have asked God to allow us to be the very best that we can be so that He can use this ministry to touch people’s lives. He has done that!” The achievements The Whisnants have acquired over the years are a testimony to the blessings God has placed on their ministry and they seek to use them to bring glory to their Lord in every concert.

Adoration Quartet

July 20

Adoration Quartet, based in Goldsboro, NC, originated in 2001 as a part-time group singing in primarily the eastern U.S. Continuing a heritage based on over two decades of ministry experience, Adoration Quartet has become known for the rich vocal blend, spirited delivery and a natural ability to effectively communicate the message of the Gospel.

After reorganizing in 2014, Adoration released our first recording to nationwide radio – What A Change – which was produced by Dove award winning producer Wesley Pritchard. It’s clear Adoration Quartet’s mix of high-enery four-part harmonies and stirring testimonies resonate well with down home southern gospel music listeners who drove the first three song releases from What A Change into the top 80 of the Singing News charts and set in motion the group being nominated as one of the Top 10 nominees in the New Traditional Quartet category of the 2015 Sining News Fan Awards.The next recording – Sweeter – was released in 2017 featuring a collection of time-tested southern gospel favorites.

The Erwins

August 17th

The Erwins started singing as soon as they were each able to talk. Appearing at over 270 dates a year with their father, who has been in full-time evangelism for nearly 50 years, they have been traveling full-time their entire life singing in concerts, revivals, and conferences all across the country.

Three of the four siblings, Keith, Kody, and Kris performed as a trio until 2013, when the group announced that their little sister, Katie, would be joining the group full-time on stage officially making them a Mixed Group.

It is with prayer, determination, and focus that The Erwins are blazing new trails in Southern Gospel, proving to their industry peers and fans alike, that the future of Southern Gospel music is, in fact, secure with a young group like The Erwins.

2nd Chance Ministries

September 7th

Ricky Malloy – Lead

Ricky sings lead and baritone .He has been in ministry with his family group ‘The Malloy Brothers’ and singing since the age of 7. It can be said to that Ricky has been singing and playing instruments his entire life. The majority of his life he traveled with his family learning music along the way. Ricky now plays the piano, keyboard, bass, drums and guitar. To God be the Glory for his God-Given talent.

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Brandon Gainey – Baritone

Brandon sings lead and baritone. He got started in ministry with his family in a group called the ‘Tyners’. He has served as Minister of Music as well as in other areas of ministry.

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Brian Alvey – Tenor

Brian was born in southern Indiana into a musical family. He was on stage playing drums at age three with his family group and singing shortly after. His desire was always to travel and sing after hearing his favorite group, Gold City, at age nine.

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound

October 19th

For two decades, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound have been sharing songs of hope around the world in four-part harmony. As Gospel music’s premier quartet, Ernie Haase (tenor), Doug Anderson (lead), Dustin Doyle (lead) and Paul Harkey (bass) step up to their respective mics each night and perform with as much gusto as a burgeoning act.

Consistently topping Southern Gospel radio charts, the group has earned four GRAMMY® nods, numerous Gold® and Platinum® DVDs and six GMA Dove Awards. From singing on the hallowed stages of the Grand Ole Opry and Carnegie Hall, to delivering stirring renditions of the national anthem at NBA games and NASCAR events through the years, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound have also been a beloved fixture at Gaither Homecoming gatherings across the country.

Sacred Harmony

November 9th

With over two decades of ministry behind them, Sacred Harmony has seen God do some mighty things in their lives and in their music. There most recent ten years led them to the decision to travel more extensively and in 2016 they signed with Butler Music Group in Nashville, TN. Soon after they released their “Believe” CD , which proved to be a breakout album for the group. They partnered with Grammy award winners and Gospel music icons, the Fairfield Four, to record the song, “Bury The Workman.” Much like that song, the entire album highlighted the abilities of Sacred Harmony to glean from other genres while making a song their own. In 2017, Sacred Harmony was honored to take home the “Sunrise Trio of the Year” award at the SGN Scoops Diamond Awards. They were recognized as a Top 5 nominee for “Video of the Year.-Let Your Light Shine.” In 2018 they were presented “A Day of Recognition” proclamation from Governor of Tennessee, Bill Haslam followed by 3 Top-80 songs on the National Singing News Chart from their “Believe” CD -“Jesus Did What He Came to Do”, “Grave Robber” and “Up to Something” in 2018- 2020 with 2 more charting songs- top 40 “Let Your Light Shine” and top 80 “One In The Number” both from a former cd project produced by Phil Cross “Champion Collection”.

To Be Determined

December

Details To Be Announced

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