The event is sponsored by Mindful Explorations, courtesy of the William H. and Jean R. Reller Endowment, and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
The Beelers are a country and southern gospel group from Nashville, Tenn., who are energetic, entertaining, and appealing to a wide audience. The Beelers have been singing their family style of harmony since childhood.
The Beelers include Cory, Robin and Tina Beeler. Their first radio single is a song written by their dad, Ray Beeler, “When A Man Dies.” Their debut project, “Common Ground,” is penned by and includes several songs by producer and songwriter Glen Bates on BSA World Records.
Ange Cooksey, senior lecturer in humanities, said she met The Beelers in Pigeon Forge while searching for southern gospel singer/songwriters to feature in her audio and video online course.
“The Beelers are bright and articulate young people who were inspirational in discussing the relationship between spirituality, intellectuality, and creativity,” Cooksey said. “I believe their concert will be a truly memorable experience.”