Mill Town Music Hall 1st Anniversary-Join us for the Celebration, February!


For the last year, Mill Town Music Hall has committed itself to providing people from Atlanta to Anniston, Rome to Roopville and Newnan to Northport with a quality wholesome entertainment venue.

Mill Town Music Hall, located in Bremen, Georgia, has had an AMAZING first year. Many talented artists such as Toby Keith, Steven Curtis Chapman, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Mel Tillis have graced their stage in the past year. None of this would have been possible without the support of over 20,000 guests and volunteers that walked through the door of Mill Town in 2012.

The venue is the largest facility of its kind in West Georgia and will comfortably seat 1,000 people. Boasting a state-of-the-art audio and visual system, Mill Town hosts numerous southern gospel and bluegrass concerts, along with other family-friendly events.

To celebrate their major success, Mill Town Music Hall is kicking off 2013 with four exciting concerts in February!

February 1, 2013

Triumphant Quartet with Tribute Quartet

2013 has started out as another wonderful year for Triumphant Quartet. Their current recording, Songs from the Heart is unique because each member wrote two songs. They band just received its 3rd number one song, “Almost Home”, written by Scotty Inman. Also climbing the charts is there 2nd single release “Lets all stand for America”, written by David Sutton, from this same project. Triumphant Quartet’s album, Songs From The Heart, was named favorite Album of the Year by the Singing News Magazine.

With all of the accolades, numerous top 10 radio singles and continued success, the men of Triumphant keep their work in perspective. They are truly humbled and grateful for the support their fans have shown for their music and ministry. They reaffirm that their main focus is to keep God first in everything they do. Triumphant’s powerful combination of talent, commitment, and unwavering faith insures that the years to come will bring even more success…in God’s name.

Tribute Quartet, its name came from its vision of “preserving the heritage and promoting the future of Southern Gospel music.” That was the goal, to pay homage to the legends its members grew up admiring, to carry that torch respectfully, and yet to create a sound uniquely their own, becoming the kind of quartet they believed the Lord was calling them to be today. That’s how the Tribute Quartet began.

 February 2, 2013

The Isaacs with The Diplomats

The Isaacs, a family group based out of LaFollette, TN, and featuring vocalists Lily Isaacs, Ben Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs, and Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, specialize in acoustic Southern gospel with forays into bluegrass, rhythm & blues, folk, and country, giving the group a wide fan base. They have been performing together since the early ’70s, and in addition to their own albums and singles, have been guests on projects by the likes of Dolly Parton, Trace Adkins, Brad Paisley, Paul Simon, Vince Gill, Randy Owen, Trisha Yearwood, Ralph Stanley, Mark Lowry, and many others. Their many album releases, most of them on Horizon Records, include Carry Me (1994), Bridges (1997), Increase My Faith (1998), Pieces of the Past (1999), Stand Still (2001), Eye of the Storm (2002), Songs of the Faith (2003), Heroes (2004), Big Sky (2007), and Naturally (2009)

The Diplomats, a Southern gospel group based out of Carrollton, GA. Voted top ten mixed group for 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Members : Jim Pearson, Rita Pearson, Corey Pearson, Joseph Brown and Michael Lott.

February 8, 2013

Bo Bice w/ Mama’s Blue Dress

Known for his diverse vocal abilities, the songs Bo Bice is writing these days have put him in a new spot musically.

“My next record will continue to reflect my love of my country, my family’ my faith and the emotional journey I’m on,” he said during a recent interview from a recording studio behind his home that he shares with his wife and three young children. “I moved my family to Nashville six years ago and that change is now reflected in my music.”

Bice’s career began to take shape when he worked the Southern club circuit in a number of bands, including Blue Suede Nickel, Purge and Sugar Money. Although the groups made some in-roads, his initial claim to fame came in 2005, when he finished 2nd to Carrie Underwood on FOX television’s American Idol.

His first release following that show, The Real Thing, yielded the chart-topping single “Inside Your Heaven” and helped Bice attain the first of his two gold record awards.

Mama’s Blue Dress is an all-female country quartet featuring airtight harmonies and vocal chemistry, blazing twin fiddles and a hint of soul.

 February 22, 2013

Rhonda Vincent and Gene Watson

Two of the greatest voices in both country and bluegrass music. Each possess an impressive list of credentials with Gene Watson‘s 23 Top 10 & 6 Number One Country Hits. Rhonda Vincent as the Most Awarded Artist in Bluegrass Music with over 80 awards; including a record breaking 10 consecutive SPBGMA Entertainer of the Year Awards and 7 consecutive IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year Awards!

Mill Town Music Hall is located in Bremen, Georgia. For more information, visit their website at or click here for events!

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