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Gospel Bond is based out of Selinsgrove,
PA. This group of seven men sings in traditional
southern gospel quartet style, but
doubles as a band with bass, rhythm, and
lead guitars, drums and
Dave Park is M.C., manager and sings
tenor. The lead voice is held by George Fury and bass guitar job is
held by Jamie Seger. Abe Hoffman strums
rhythm, picks some lead guitar and sings
baritone. Conrad Wiens does a fine
job at lead guitar. Jeff Yerger
fills in with sweet harmonica
skills. Jimmy keeps everyone in time with his drums. Luke Hoffman helps out on the drums.
The gospel of Godís saving grace set to
music is the bond, which keeps these men
on the move. Gospel Bond would enjoy an
opportunity to minister in your church with
an inspirational concert. They also are available for
special occasions, firemanís carnivals and
fairs. You can contact Dave Park at
570-898-9164 or email Dave.
|Abram sings baritone and plays lead and rhythm guitar. His regular job is forestry management, working with his dad. Other areas of expertise include hunting (especially bow hunting), fast cars and snowmobile repairs. |
|Conrad has been a Pennsylvanian some 25 years now, having been born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada. God used his Christian home, musical family, and Southern Gospel friends to prepare him for his present ministry. If you stop at his house when he's home from his job at the sawmill, you'll likely find him playing guitar or studying the Word (unless he's checking websites of other gospel groups). |
|Dave Park sings tenor and is the spokesman for the group. He is married to Deb who runs the sound for the group. Dave and Deb's three children have all blessed them with grand children. There's nothing that Dave loves better than singing men's four part harmony.
|George sings lead for the group. A native Philadelphian, he moved to the area in 1984 and now resides in Shamokin Dam. George ďdiscoveredĒ southern gospel music in 1997 and fell in love with male four part harmony. When the opportunity to sing with the group arose in June of 2010, it was a longstanding prayer answered by the Lord. |
|Jamie Seger, from Shamokin, PA, plays bass guitar. He also loves playing mandolin, acoustic guitar and is learning dobro, fiddle and banjo. He accepted Christ as his personal savior and has an amazing testimony. He played with the Kerstetters for 11 years, and when not with Gospel Bond, he plays and sings with his family group, the Segers. Heís blessed with a beautiful wife, Kerry, a son, and daughter.
|Jeff Yerger plays the harmonica for Gospel Bond. He is self- employed. He owns and operates an orchard during the spring and summer and the rest of the year he is a logger. In his spare time he enjoys praising the Lord through music. He is married and the father of four beautiful daughters. |
|Jim Franklin is a retired U.S. Marine Corps Band Drummer, as well as Drum & Bugler Corps Bugler. He served from 1967 to 1987. Most of all he loves playing from his heart for the Lord, and he'll tell you right from the start, that it was the Holy Spirit who guided him to meet and play with Gospel Bond that night at a tent meeting along the river in Lock Haven. Although he canít play every date with the group he thanks Gospel Bond for giving him this opportunity to serve the Lord in this way, playing his DRUMS.|
|Here is Luke Hoffman our other drummer. He is the younger brother of Abe Hoffman.|