The Lake Country Jubilee will have three musical performances at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Jamie Foxx Performing Arts Center.
The Lake Country Jubilee features Gospel singers from around the world.
The performers on Sept. 14 will be ‘Greater Vision’, ‘Wilburn & Wilburn’, and ‘Legacy Five’.
Gerald Wolfe, the founder of ‘Greater Vision’, serves as Pianist and Emcee. Multi-Award-winning songwriter, Rodney Griffin, sings the lead part for the trio. Chris Allman, writer of the 2015 "Song of the Year", "For All He's Done", sings tenor. Jon Epley is the newest member of the group, having joined April of 2017 as the Baritone singer.
‘Greater Vision’ appears regularly on the InTouch television program, hosted by Dr. Charles Stanley, as well as on the Gaither Gospel Series. Gerald also serves as a co-host on Bill Gaither's syndicated "Homecoming Radio" Show, heard weekly on almost 3000 radio stations around the world, as well as on satellite radio. Their most recent endeavor is as a part of the very popular "Gospel Music Hymn Sing" DVDs and coinciding GMHS events across the USA.
‘Wilburn & Wilburn’ is led by Jonathan Wilburn. Wilburn has continued the tradition for three generations. Wilburn spent the first 16 years of his Southern Gospel Music career singing with his family, the Wilburns, one of Gospel Music’s most beloved and respected families. In 1996 Jonathan would move to Gadsden, Alabama where he would anchor the lead position with Gold City for the next 12 years. Jonathan was inducted into the GMA Hall Of Fame in 2017.
‘Legacy Five’, in their first ten years, The Singing News Magazine, Southern Gospel music’s leading fan and trade publication, has nominated Legacy Five for some 75 Singing News fan awards. The Southern Gospel Music Association honored Legacy Five with Recording of the year and they have had 2 Dove Award nominations.