George HamiltonDate / 2014-11-01 06:42:26
The tribute concert that is held in sweet memory of the George Hamilton IV at Amherst Wesleyan Church which is located at 6 Maltby Crt. starting at 7 p.m.
“George also influenced several people at the time of their career as well as he also touched lives of several people in different ways that also through their music,” James Bell Drop Inn of the Ministries mentioned. “It would be a great opportunity for few local entertainers that are well influenced by the George to come along and through their songs also remember few who were the international ambassador of the country music.”
Moreover, Hamilton, of age 74, also suffered with the heart attack in the month of September and where he died. The 74-year-old who is North Carolina native is also considered to be the legend of entire country music. So, they start the performance in late 1950s as the teen idol as well as later on he also switched to the pop-country as well as the folk music & later to the gospel music. At the same time he also made several different appearances as member of Grand Ole Opry in the Nashville when he was remembered for 1961 hit prior to the Day ends as well as Abilene, which spent 4 weeks on singles chart in the year 1963.
Bell also met Hamilton at the show of British music awards for many years before when they receive the new award of Christian musician. The 2 also struck up the friendship as well as Hamilton also toured through the Cumberland County in the support of the Drop Inn Ministries in the year 2009 prior to coming back few years later for further performances.
He prefers the reception so much that they came back again,” said Bell. “He was friend and so we will miss him.”