If you went to school in the ’70s, loved Jesus, and your parents complained about your hair — then you likely heard the Pat Terry Group perform such groundbreaking Christian music as “Same Sweet Song,” “Meet Me Here” or “I Can’t Wait.”
Well, the group is no longer making its rounds to churches and college campuses, but Pat Terry is coming back on stage after quietly building an impressive Nashville songwriting career.
So — one more time — let me invite you to join us at the historic Douglass Theatre on MLK Jr. Blvd. in downtown Macon, Ga., at 7:00 PM this Thursday night for a free concert. Pat will play a wide range of his music that spans four decades.
You will enjoy cuts from his new CD (the first in 20 years) called “Laugh for a Million Years” as well as old familiar tunes. He might even do something from the 1977 PTG album “Sweet Music” with the nifty psychedelic cover.
But whether you wore bell-bottom pants with platform shoes, chastised your kids for their hair or now make fun of your parents when viewing their photos from that era, you will enjoy this concert.
There is still time to join others for a road trip to Macon this Thursday night. See you there!
Executive editor / publisher at Good Faith Media.