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'These Are They' Live Performance From The Gaither Vocal Band

'These Are They' Live Performance From The Gaither Vocal Band

In this live performance from the Gaither Vocal Band, the men onstage sing a wonderful version of ‘These Are They.’


“And all the pilgrims and all the strangers
Will be no longer strangers
All the tired and the weary wanderers,
They will wander no more
The table is spread for the great celebration,
And the "Welcome Home" banner
Flies over the door
These are they who have come
Out of great tribulation
They have washed their robes
In the blood of the Lamb,
They have gone through much sorrow
Into great jubilation,
They're redeemed by the blood of the Lamb”

This concert was a historic event in which over 20 members from Gaither Vocal Band, past and present, came together to perform on stage at the first-ever concert reunion.

The concert took place in Greenville, SC at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena during a two-day event of song and inspiration. Bill Gaither, Mark Lowry, Guy Penrod, Gary McSpadden, David Phelps, Russ Taff, Marshall Hall and more joined their voices together for a performance that will give you chills! You definitely can feel the great energy that they bring with the power behind their voices as they sing ‘These Are They.’

Although the Gaither Vocal Band started out recording contemporary Christian music in the 1980s, the group soon became known for southern gospel music. And after seeing their rendition of ‘These Are They,’ it is easy to see why!

The harmonies from the group during this live performance are amazing, and it is an incredible thing to listen to when all of their voices join as one. Seeing all the former members join together to sing ‘These Are They’ is such a beautiful sight! And the warm smiles that you can see all over the different members’ faces during the performance shows the true joy that they experience when coming together and using their talents for the glory of God.