“This is Trinity Trio’s second appearance on the Jubilee,” said the Rev. Will Nichols, announcer for the weekly show. “They have a terrific sound and blend, accomplished only through many years of performing together. It's going to be an incredible evening of exceptional music.”
The talented threesome has been singing in the East Tennessee and North Georgia area for nearly 20 years. They have appeared at churches and events all around and have performed on both radio and television.
Composed of Debbie Huttenhoff singing lead, Donna Lloyd on tenor and Connie True singing alto, the talented vocalists have recorded four albums with their latest titled “God’s Still God.”
“Most area residents will recognize Debbie as a former ‘Miss Cleveland,’” said Nichols. “She began singing when she was 4 years old and started traveling with a trio at age 11. She has released two solo albums in addition to her work with the trio.”
“There is no admission to the Jubilee and the public is invited. It’s a casual, come-as-you-are event,” added Nichols. “And each week we give away some terrific door prizes. We pass the hat to help with the headliner’s expenses.”
The Jubilee is a fast-paced, Opry-style venue whose regulars include Southern Gospel singer Amy McAlister, singer-songwriter Elmer Bramlett, and the Cowboy Church Band and Chorale. Nichols, known as “The Gospel Gun” is the announcer and crowd favorite.
The event is held at the Cleveland Cowboy Church at 3040 Blythe Road, located between Blackburn Road and Blue Springs Road, in the Dockery Heights subdivision.