The King's Heralds to perform this month at Seventh-day Adventist

The King’s Heralds, the oldest continuous Gospel Quartet in American, will appear in concert on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m., at the San Marcos Seventh-day Adventist Church, 1523 Old Ranch Road 12.
The quartet sang at the First Invitational Symposium on the Christian Church in China, sponsored by the US/China Education Foundation. This gave them the distinction of being the first Christian gospel group from the West to tour the Peoples Republic of China since 1949. Another notable event was when The King's Heralds, along with the Spanish Christian Radio Broadcast La Voz de la Esperanza, presented 19 concerts in the Republic of Cuba.
Closer to home, the King's Heralds have shared their music with thousands, including the Christian Booksellers Association, the National Association of Religious Broadcasters, the Protestant Health and Welfare Association, the Greater Pittsburgh Charismatic Conference and the Baptist World Alliance. The King's Heralds have been regular guests on "Praise the Lord" on the Trinity Broadcasting Network and on the "It Is Written Telecast". In addition to maintaining an extensive touring schedule, the group also shares their musical talents with patients and their families through a hospital ministry and have witnessed to hardened inmates with a prison ministry.
The King's Heralds have received twenty-three Silver Angel Awards for "Excellence in Media", including six for "Best Male Vocal Group", fourteen for "Best Album" and a "Best International Broadcast" award for their own radio program, "Sounds of Praise". The group also received a "Gold" Angel Award for being the oldest continuous Gospel Quartet in America.