- Joseph Habedank is truly one of the best male voices in Southern Gospel music. Can’t get enough of the song “Jailbreak”.
- Speaking of male voices, Jason Crabb proved you can captivate an audience with just a guitar and a voice. Why can’t other artists see you don’t always need the booming tracks.
- Enjoyed the all female Hopper trio with Connie, Kim and Karlye on a song that featured Karlye.
- The spur of the moment Confused Quartet actually turned in a good performance. Nick Trammell (tenor), Jim Brady (lead), Susan Whisnant (baritone) and Chris Allman (bass).
- Overall, the power half hour artists tonight were quite good. Some more than others of course.
- Congrats on another evening of ending the program ahead of schedule.
- The number of webcast viewers this year is definitely testing the bandwidth. There were several times during the live feed that it stopped to reload.
**Now to crown the best of the night:
Best single song performances (in order of appearance): (1) “Then Came The Morning” – Nelons (2) “I’m Winging My Way Back Home” – Confused Quartet (3) “Wayfaring Stranger” – Jeff and Sheri Easter (4) “Jailbreak” – Joseph Habedank (**Favorite song performance of the evening) (5) “Here He Comes” – Joseph Habedank (6) “Be Brave” – McKameys (7) “My Ransom” – Hoppers (8) “I Know He Heard My Prayer” – Greater Vision (9) “Asking, Seeking, Knocking” – Lore Family (10) “Because Of The Blood” – Shireys
Best Set of the Night: Joseph Habedank