On November 30, 2013, The Women’s Triangle Recovery House will host a Gospel Music Fest at Living Waters Church, 95 Dulin Street, Madisonville, Kentucky. The free event will be held from 5pm to 8pm and there will be refreshments furnished (chili, hot dogs, chips, and drinks).
The event will feature Madisonville Mayor Jackson and Friends including Rachel Smith and M.C. Chris Barns. Also appearing will be award-winning singer, song writer, evangelist, and teacher, David. W. East. David developed his love for music at the age of 8 years old, singing in his home church and at school functions. This love for music led him to first learn to play the guitar, taking weekly lessons for a year and eventually increasing his ability through self-instruction and study. Early in his life, David exhibited a strong ear for music, excelling in both instrumental and vocal performance.
David has learned to play a total of 13 instruments, but he’s best known for is his piano and keyboard work. Always a fan favorite, once the big man gets behind the piano you know that you’re in for a wealth of good music and entertainment. His playing is a mixture of several different styles presented with his own flair. When you listen you can hear the influences of Jimmy Swaggart, Jerry Lee Lewis, Floyd Cramer, Bruce Hornsby, Billy Joel, Hargus “Pig” Robbins, and others.
In addition to being a part of the popular groups the Original Gospel Sounds and Hearts Afire!, David is embarking upon a solo career to further fulfill the call God has placed on David’s life.
David has received the following awards:
2013 Nominated for New Artist of the Year, Artist Music Guild
2013 Nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year, Artist Music Guild
2013 Nominated for Instrumentalist of the Year, Artist Music Guild
2013 CGMA Eastern Division Vocal Group of the Year (with Hearts Afire!)
2012/2011 CGMA Eastern Division Favorite Artist of the Year
2012/2011 CGMA Eastern Division Songwriter of the Year
2013/2012/2011 CGMA Eastern Division Manager of the Year
2013/2012/2011 CGMA Eastern Division Band of the Year (with Hearts Afire!)
2013/2012 CGMA Eastern Division Comedian of the Year
2013/2012 CGMA Eastern Division Promoter of the Year
2011 CGMA Eastern Division Instrumentalist of the Year
2011 CGMA Eastern Division Producer of the Year
2012 CGMA International Favorite Artist of the Year
2012 CGMA International Promoter of the Year
2012 CGMA International Band of the Year (with Hearts Afire!)
2011 CGMA International Songwriter of the Year
2011 CGMA International Band of the Year (with Hearts Afire!)]]>
Check out the GALLERIES to see photos of the Lodge Members who helped out.]]>
Seating begins at 5:45pm; Dinner will be served at 6:00pm; with the program to follow. The Keynote Speaker will be Madisonville Mayor, David Jackson.
Reservations are recommended. Limited seating remains available. For more information, or to reserve seating, contact WTRH Administrator, Rita Miller at (270) 875-6867. We hope to see you there!]]>
Friday Night Live returns to downtown Madisonville and the Women’s Triangle Recovery House will be there!
Join us for fun, food, and fellowship featuring refreshing LEMON SHAKE-UPS and delicious WALKING TACOS.
Bring your athletics skills (or not!) and show what you got on the softball field next to General Electric!
We will operate a concession stand featuring grilled burgers, hot dogs, chips, drinks, caps and shirts.
Join us on Highway 41 in front of Cash Land. Pick up lots of stuff for great prices and help further our mission!]]>
Mary Hill, left, and Tonya Bennett, right study Bible scripture late Monday afternoon with Rita Miller, administrator for Women’s Triangle Recovery House located on Scott Street in Madisonville. The house is a transitional residential clean and sober living facility for the purpose of helping women find jobs, job training, educational and counseling services after having completed drug or alcohol recovery programs.
We hope that you and your family have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! May the peace and blessings of God be with you!]]>