NEW CREEK -- The gospel harmony of The Pine Ridge Boys and Choraliers and Pearl will close out the June Rolling Acres Gospel Jubilee at the Rolling Acres Gospel Music Park, getting underway at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

NEW CREEK -- The gospel harmony of The Pine Ridge Boys and Choraliers and Pearl will close out the June Rolling Acres Gospel Jubilee at the Rolling Acres Gospel Music Park, getting underway at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
The four-day gospel event kicks off at 7 p.m. Wednesday with Gold City Quartet, Dave Powers and Bob Shrout set to perform.
The Pine Ridge Boys Quartet originated in 1963 at a concert in Atlanta, GA and have been performing Southern Gospel music continually ever since.
Larry Stewart, son of original bass singer Jim Stewart, took over ownership and bass singing in 2010. You may remember him from his days with the Singing Americans. Larry lives in Inman, South Carolina, where the group’s headquarters is now established.
Chip McCaa sing's baritone with the group. He and his wife April make their home in Lugoff, South Carolina. Chip has sung with several groups over the past few years and brings a lot to the Pine Ridge Boys with his song writing skills.
Mike Maggard sings the tenor for the group. Mike and his wife Ellen make their home in Hansford, West Virginia. Mike and Ellen have two daughters, Michelle and Emily and one grandson, Jayden.
Steven Craps from Gilbert, South Carolina, sings the lead for the group and also takes care of the sound. Steven is single and lives with his Grandparents who are big supporters of gospel music.
The Choraliers and Pearl are completely Christ-oriented with the goal to bring Christ to those who do not know him.
Mark Martin is the instrumentalist.  He currently plays piano for the group, but also plays drums and bass guitar.  He adds the bass harmony to acappella songs and others. He puts all the music to the groups’ original songs. His wife, Jamie Martin also sings and helps with the setting up.  
Pearl Paugh is the eldest member of the group and brings many years of experience, faithfully singing for nearly 50 years. Pearl sings the low harmony for the group. Her husband, Wayne Paugh, keeps the bus in shape as the group’s in-house mechanic and does most of the bus driving duties.
Kim Godo sings the high harmonies, and helps with the lead, while Dorothy Smeltzer sings alto and writes some of the songs.
Carol Geiselman does most of the lead singing, some of the songwriting and emcees for the group. She was honored as Pennsylvania Southern Gospel Music Association’s Fan Favorite Female Vocalist. Tim Geiselman, her husband, is the sound technician.
Also performing for the June sing tonight are The Kingsman Quartet, Hymns 4 Him and Tom Cohenour; and Friday evening brings the Chuck Wagon Gang and Richard Kiser to the stage.
All services are held in a large pavilion and a concession stand is available. To reserve a spot for on-site camping, call 304-788-5866.
Be sure to visit  www.rollingacresmusicpark.com for the latest updates on the summer season.