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Strings of Victory will debut new CD at Price of Freedom event Saturday

CHINA GROVE — Strings of Victory, a bluegrass gospel group, will release its fourth CD, “Angels Are Awaiting,” on Saturday at the Price of Freedom Museum’s Remembrance of 9/11 observance.

The title track is the group’s original song describing the presence of angels in times of trouble.

Strings of Victory also will perform at the museum, whose Remembrance of 9/11 day will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the museum, 2420 Weaver Road near the intersection of Weaver and Patterson roads.

“Angels Are Awaiting” includes 12 songs, including four originals and a throwback tune from a live performance eight years ago.

The CD is available for purchase or download from CD Baby, Amazon, iTunes and most online music retailers. It also can be purchased from the group at stringsofvictory.com.

At the museum, the CD will be available as a CD or as a download card.

Strings of Victory travels throughout the Southeast, mixing gospel standards with original songs. The group was featured in CBS Charlotte’s “Best Bluegrass Bands.”

Members of the group are Jeff McCorkle, banjo, guitar and vocals; Madison McCorkle, lead vocals; Donnie Miller, bass, guitar and vocals; and Hubert Furr, guitar and vocals.

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