McDonald’s Choir Showcase Winner Received New Hammond Organ

Charleston, SC, May 6, 2013 – A good time was had by all at the sold out sixth annual McDonald’s Choir Showcase. Inspirational music, community and hope were center stage at the May 5 concert at The North Charleston Performing Arts Center. The event featured songs of inspiration from the area’s most talented gospel choirs, praise and worship teams and contemporary Christian groups, as well as performances by national recording artists. “No event this size goes off without a hitch, but I watched an amazing night unfold, thanks to the hardest working event production team in the Low Country, artists who came ready to share their unique gifts and an audience who brings unbelievable energy,” said Gerald Footman, event Co-Producer and CEO, Footman-Brewer Enterprises. “Our goal is to come back each year bigger and better.”
Hammond Organ USA was a proud participating sponsor this year, and their Charleston Dealer, Fox Music, presented a new Hammond SK1-73 Keyboard to The Trinity Missionary Baptist Church Choir, who were one of the winners, with Alma Hughes accepting.

About the McDonald’s Choir Showcase
The sixth annual McDonald’s Choir Showcase® (MCS), co-owned and produced by Footman-Brewer Enterprises, LLC, is a fully interactive and diverse celebration of music and faith through song. The showcase event is open to Charleston and surrounding area church gospel choirs, praise and worship teams and Christian contemporary groups. The 2013 McDonald’s Choir Showcase® finale was held May 5, 2013 at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, North Charleston, S.C., at 7 p.m. MCS featured nine finalist groups and a headline performance with national recording artists, Tamela Mann and Sheri Jones-Moffett. There was also a pre-show in the lobby of the performing arts center, local and national vendors, post reception and other sponsored activities. For more information, visit

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