Sunday, December 21, 2014

A tribute to Dawn Sears...

Dawn Sears

So many people do not know this name, but those who do are mourning the loss of a beautiful voice and a beautiful person.

I first heard her sing at the Ryman auditorium. From the first note that soared from her and bounced off the walls of that awesome old church, I had chills. I still remember that moment. Her voice touched me like no other. I never had the chance to meet her. I only got to hear her sing a few times, but those are a few memories I will forever hold dear. I thank God that I was lucky enough to be in the same building with her.

Prayers go out to all her fans, friends and family. There is some beautiful music in Heaven right now.

1 comment:

zak godwin said...

i had the honor of working with Dawn Sears on the Vince Gil led Grand Ole Opry American Roadshow Tour ...she stunned us all every night..to see her standing on stage with that incredible line up of instrumentalists, quietly supporting and waiting for a chorus, or her featured verses,was amazing. Easily an equal to everyone on stage and a truly decent funny classy lady. Our prayers to her talented husband Kenny Sears, a gentleman. Sing on Dawn.
Zak Godwin

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