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Choir set to make a joyful noise at historic church

THOMAS CO., GA (WALB) -

Some Thomasville gospel singers will make a joyful noise on Saturday at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta.

The Georgia unit of the Patrick Lundy and ministers of music choir and performers from the Washington, DC unit will perform for a live recording that will be featured on their upcoming album. Special guests will include Dorothy Norwood, Joyce Lundy, Lashawn Pace, James Bignon, and Naguanda Nobles.

The event is a part of the hip hop conference being put on by the church.

Promotions director Michael Bryant, says they're overjoyed to have this opportunity, "its a huge experience because this will be the first time that some will get to go up and record, with renowned artists, at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church."

The performance will be held Saturday at 6pm. Tickets to ride the bus from Thomasville, to Atlanta for the event are $40 and contact information is below. The bus will depart from First Missionary Baptist Church on Saturday morning and will return that night.

Ronald Spence: 229-336-8664

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