Sunday Nights In Greeley is a non-profit organization. SNIG was created to provide high quality Christian entertainment to the local community that most local churches could not afford to provide.
Guests that have performed at SNIG include:
Huntley Brown grew up in a Christian home on the island of Jamaica. His parents, Myrtle and Alpheus Brown, taught him what it means to be a Christian, and at an early age he accepted Christ. Without knowing how to read music, he learned to play the piano by imitating his brothers.
Huntley's electrifying playing earned him the Top Caribbean Gospel Instrumentalist Award for 2005 and 2006. His music has been described as inspired, anointed, powerful, and explosive. He has recorded many CD's that cover a wide range of musical styles. People are not only impressed with his incredible technique; they are touched by his deep love for Jesus. As one friend has said, "Huntley plays as if God is whispering in his ears."
This is a ministry based on prayer, and Huntley realizes that to be effective as a musical ambassador for Christ, his spiritual life is more significant than his keyboard skills. Just as he has to practice piano every day, he has to spend time daily in the Word and in prayer. Music is an offering of praise, a gift that Huntley wants to give back to God. His continual prayer is that the glory of God will shine through the notes, and the Holy Spirit will send the music straight to the heart, drawing people to the abundance of life in Christ.Visit his website
The unmistakable sound of Veritas brings a fresh approach to the contemporary classical genre. Their style is fashioned from a fusion of artistic excellence, creative pursuit, and a performance that promises to inspire an audience of any distinction.
Under the direction of Roger Breland, Veritas was formed under the name, Shofar. Most recently, Shofar joined the Truth 40th Anniversary Tour as the male vocal line. The group has performed on stages around the world, including a performance for the former President of the United States, George W. Bush. In the Fall of 2012, Jeff Anderson, James Berrian, Andrew Goodwin, Jordan Johnson, and Lucas Scott Lawrence began a concert tour of their own as Veritas.
Each member contributes an array of training, accomplishments, and credentials, in both classical and pop music, which yields an exceptional artistic experience. This experience is the powerful sound of five male vocals, singing both new and old songs, delivering the sound of love, hope, and excellence.Visit their website
Jerry Nelson been doing cross-generational piano concerts for years. But recently God turned on a lightbulb. The result was an awesome energized evening he calls "Hymns and Gospel Sing," complete with very captivating video and songs for everyone. The kind of thing I think you'd enjoy a whole lot.
"Hymns and Gospel Sing" - a Nostalgic Evening with Jerry Nelson - looks like:
Blake's full-time concert ministry started right after Blake graduated college in 2005. The Lord had been tugging on his heart for a long time to start this ministry and although it has always been Blake's dream and goal to sing Christian music, he did not expect to start so soon. Blake says, "I was doing the very best I could to wait on the Lord so I would not jump into something too quickly. But this time I watched as each door I thought the Lord was opening ended up closing, leaving only one way for me: I walked through and went straight into full-time concert ministry."
The first group Blake toured with was The Continental Singers in the summer of 1998. While a part of The Continentals, Blake had the privilege of singing backup for Greg Long at one of his concerts. Blake has also toured with several other groups including the Master's Hand Quartet who were invited to sing on stage at a Robbie Hiner "Old Gospel Hour Quartet" concert. Blake is a studio singer for "Christian World" tracks and has shared the stage with several beloved artists such as The Booth Brothers, The Martins, Greater Vision, the Mark Trammell Quartet, Tribute Quartet, Master's Voice, Soul'd Out Quartet, fourtwelve, and many others. Blake has sung for showcases at the National Quartet Convention and has recorded televised performances for TBN and VTN networks . In 2008 Blake gained national recognition for the presence of his single "Somebody Cares" on top radio charts including "Singing News" magazine.Visit his website