Musical entertainment to hit all the right chords

The Tribute Quartet

The Metro tent is the place to be for nightly musical entertainment and this year's Superman Celebration will again offer a little something for everyone. The schedule of musicians, as of press time include:

Thursday

The Tribute Quartet will take the stage under the Smallville Tent at 7 p.m. Since 2006, nationally known recording artist Tribute has become one of the country's most dynamic and beloved male quartets in all of gospel music. Gary Casto, Josh Singletary, Riley Harrison Clark, and Anthony Davis have proven to possess the winning combination of musical talent, warm and engaging personalities, and a focus that has kept them on the path to continued success since their inception. In an ever-changing musical climate, Tribute has remained steadfast in their goal to make great music that is both timely and relevant to the current musical scene and their loyal fan base while never wavering from their God-called mission to share Jesus with everyone with whom they come in contact. With a career that has already spanned the U.S., as well as several foreign countries, Tribute's popularity continues to grow.

Friday

Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. under the Metro will be a Super Sing Lip Sync where participants will be able to take the stage and become a super star.

Saturday

On Saturday at 7 p.m. The Paducah Jazz Ensemble will entertain the crowd. The ensemble consists of 16 musicians and vocalist Rayla Bridges from the western Kentucky area. The ensemble is directed by Ron Roberts.

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