Nashville, TN -(AmmoLand.com)- The Music City Christian Fellowship (MCCF) has announced that the 36th Annual Sunday Mornin’ Country Celebration will be held in Nashville, Tennessee at the Grand Ole Opry House on Sunday June 12, 2016, starting at 2:30 PM.
Tickets for Sunday Mornin’ Country are available through the Opry Box Office (1-800-733-6779) and Ticketmaster.
Rock-N-Roll Hall of Fame, Country Music Hall of Fame and Rockabilly Hall of Fame legend, Brenda Lee, will be returning to host the event. Ms. Lee, also a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, has partnered with this event on numerous occasions over the years.
“Her unique blend of humor and engaging connection with the audience is a perfect complement to this uplifting concert,” said Melanie Walker, Vice President of the MCCF organization.
Very special guest this year will be Uncle Si Robertson of the A&E hit television series, Duck Dynasty. Known affectionately as “Uncle Si”, he is also a hunter, outdoorsman, retired U.S. Army soldier, and duck-call maker at Duck Commander. Uncle Si will be appearing and singing alongside his daughter-in-law, Marsha Robertson.
Many award-winning hit makers of Country and Christian music will also be featured at this year’s extravaganza including: Marty Raybon (Lead singer of Shenandoah), Lulu Roman (Hee-Haw), Joanne Cash Yates (famous sister of the legendary Johnny Cash), John Berry, Buddy Jewell, The Fox Brothers, Margo Smith, Holly Watson, Melanie Walker, Cowboy Joe & The Babcocks, The Goodman Revival, Leipers Fork Bluegrass, Rene Jones, and many more!
“It’s more than a concert and more than a church service,” says event producer Lynn Fox, “It’s a time of music, celebration, and inspiration!”
Sunday Mornin’ Country is great entertainment the whole family will enjoy as country music artists come together to share their heart, as well as their favorite gospel songs. The Music City Christian Fellowship presents this concert at the conclusion of the CMA Music Festival each year, leaving the fans and guests with an uplifting memory of Nashville that will last a lifetime.
Net proceeds from the admission price go toward the venue and production costs incurred and benefit the ongoing ministries of MCCF. All artists volunteer their performances. The MCCF Board of Directors is also a non-salaried position. The Music City Christian Fellowship is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
**Artists scheduled to appear are subject to change. Watch for names to be added to the 2016 line-up as they become available.
Sunday Mornin’ Country is a registered trademark of the Music City Christian Fellowship.
For more information visit www.MusicCityChristianFellowship.org.