Booth Brothers, Guardians Return To Warsaw For Concert

August 2, 2023 at 11:40 a.m.
The Booth Brothers
The Booth Brothers

By Staff Report

The Booth Brothers and The Guardians are scheduled to perform at 2 p.m. Aug. 19 at the Warsaw Community High School Performing Arts Center, 1 Tiger Lane, Warsaw.
The concert is hosted by Northern Lakes Gospel Promotions.
Ron Booth Sr., Ronnie and Michael Booth’s father, immersed his sons in Southern Gospel music during the time he sang with the Rebel’s Quartet and other musical groups. They sang with their father as “Ron Booth and the Booth Brothers” until 1998 when Ron Sr. left the road. Ronnie and Michael renamed the group and continued on as “The Booth Brothers.” Paul Lancaster joined the group in 2014 to replace Jim Brady and Buddy Mullins replaced Ronnie in 2021. Paul came off the road with the group at the end of 2021. Jim Brady rejoined the group at the beginning of 2022, according to a news release from Northern Lakes Gospel Promotions.
Michael, Jim and Buddy are committed to musical excellence yet have a desire to impact the hearts of those listening to their music, according to the release. Humor, songs and encouraging words are embedded in every concert, stated the release. This trio have received many awards over the years.

The Guardians
The Guardians are a Southern Gospel group with hits like “Packin’ Up,” “Shoutin’ Sounds,” “Somebody Prays” and recent number one single “Present in the Presence of the King.” Group members Dean Hickman, John Darin Rowsey, Pat Barker, Scott Mullins and newest addition to the group, Paul Lancaster, are committed to glorifying the name of the Lord through song, stated the release. Each member of the group brings a commitment to glorifying Jesus Christ, according to the release. Therefore, their mantra remains echoing John the Baptist’s words in John 3:30: “He must increase but I must decrease.” The Guardians collective mission is to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, sing songs that minister to people’s hearts, and touch lives, stated the release.The concert will begin at 2 p.m. with The No Name Quartet kicking off the evening. Doors will open for seating at 1 p.m. To acquire additional information regarding this exciting annual music event, call organizer Wende Roberts at 574-457-6875 or email at [email protected].
Tickets are available at iTickets.com or by calling 1-800-965-9324. Limited Artist Circle tickets remain. Artist Circle seats are $40 and general admission tickets are $25.
Special group rates are available. Groups of eight or more may use promotional code NLGP5 on the iTickets order page to receive $5 off of each general admission reserved ticket.
For more information on each of these groups, visit their websites at boothbrothers.com, guardiansquartet.com and nonamequartet.com.

The Booth Brothers and The Guardians are scheduled to perform at 2 p.m. Aug. 19 at the Warsaw Community High School Performing Arts Center, 1 Tiger Lane, Warsaw.
The concert is hosted by Northern Lakes Gospel Promotions.
Ron Booth Sr., Ronnie and Michael Booth’s father, immersed his sons in Southern Gospel music during the time he sang with the Rebel’s Quartet and other musical groups. They sang with their father as “Ron Booth and the Booth Brothers” until 1998 when Ron Sr. left the road. Ronnie and Michael renamed the group and continued on as “The Booth Brothers.” Paul Lancaster joined the group in 2014 to replace Jim Brady and Buddy Mullins replaced Ronnie in 2021. Paul came off the road with the group at the end of 2021. Jim Brady rejoined the group at the beginning of 2022, according to a news release from Northern Lakes Gospel Promotions.
Michael, Jim and Buddy are committed to musical excellence yet have a desire to impact the hearts of those listening to their music, according to the release. Humor, songs and encouraging words are embedded in every concert, stated the release. This trio have received many awards over the years.

The Guardians
The Guardians are a Southern Gospel group with hits like “Packin’ Up,” “Shoutin’ Sounds,” “Somebody Prays” and recent number one single “Present in the Presence of the King.” Group members Dean Hickman, John Darin Rowsey, Pat Barker, Scott Mullins and newest addition to the group, Paul Lancaster, are committed to glorifying the name of the Lord through song, stated the release. Each member of the group brings a commitment to glorifying Jesus Christ, according to the release. Therefore, their mantra remains echoing John the Baptist’s words in John 3:30: “He must increase but I must decrease.” The Guardians collective mission is to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, sing songs that minister to people’s hearts, and touch lives, stated the release.The concert will begin at 2 p.m. with The No Name Quartet kicking off the evening. Doors will open for seating at 1 p.m. To acquire additional information regarding this exciting annual music event, call organizer Wende Roberts at 574-457-6875 or email at [email protected].
Tickets are available at iTickets.com or by calling 1-800-965-9324. Limited Artist Circle tickets remain. Artist Circle seats are $40 and general admission tickets are $25.
Special group rates are available. Groups of eight or more may use promotional code NLGP5 on the iTickets order page to receive $5 off of each general admission reserved ticket.
For more information on each of these groups, visit their websites at boothbrothers.com, guardiansquartet.com and nonamequartet.com.

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