“Singing at the Depot” to feature Sarah Tipton

Spring City resident and gospel singer to appear at Friday night's "Singing at the Depot" (Photo by Dean Wilson)

Local Gospel Artist Sarah Tipton to perform Friday night

“Singing at the Depot” held in Spring City Friday night will feature Sarah Tipton. Sarah is well known for her love of gospel music.

Sarah is 25 years old and a resident of Spring City. She was home schooled and graduated through Gateway Christian Schools, based in Memphis, TN. After graduation, she attended Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Athens, TN. She is now employed at Simply Bank in Spring City, and of course, still singing whenever given the opportunity.

Her songs of choice are in the Southern Gospel genre, with some of her favorite influences being The Crabb Family, The McKamey’s, Michael Combs, and Lauren Talley. She has traveled for almost 10 years to minister the gospel through song and testimony. It is her passion to let people know about Jesus and being an encouragement through music.

Her singing schedule had become difficult to maintain through job transitions, but she is hoping to get back into a more routine schedule of ministry again – now that her work schedule will allow her to travel more.

Her released projects include 2 solo albums, with her newest being “I Believe,” a collection of songs she has written.

Album cover for Sarah Tipton’s latest CD. (Photo Credit Dean Wilson)

She also has a collaboration album with fellow gospel singer and friend, Greg Finch, which is titled “Ride Out Your Storm”.

It is her ambition to be able to put finishing touches on an album of classic hymns and have it released in the next few months.

Greg will also be appearing with Sarah Friday night at the Depot.  Her latest CD’s will also be available.

Make plans now to come on out and enjoy an evening of fellowship and music right in the heart of downtown Spring City.

Feel free to Follow Sarah Tipton on her Facebook Fan Page

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Dean is a Contributing Editor with Rhea Review. Dean has developed an interest in local history and has published a historical website relating to our history.


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