We’re looking forward to being back in California in February 2020 for a short tour mostly around the LA area. As we confirm dates you’ll see them appear on our EVENTS page. Sons of Korah will be playing a sequence of psalms, together with other spoken texts, that will take us on a journey through … Continued
From Captivity to Revival Sons of Korah will be playing a sequence of psalms, together with other spoken texts, that will take us on a journey through the faith-defining episode in the history of Israel in the Old Testament: The Babylonian captivity. In 586BC the Babylonian forces decimated the small Jewish nation reducing Jerusalem and … Continued
We’re excited to be presenting two concerts in our home town in February, We’ll be at the same venue both nights – Friday February 22 and Saturday February 23. The venue has limited seats so these will be intimate concert events and are likely to sell out fast. Tickets available now on our EVENTS page … Continued
Looking forward to being back in WA for a short tour in late March 2019. We’ll be heading to Bunbury (first time to this town), Merriwa and then central Perth. We always get such enthusiastic crowds in WA. Details and Tickets are available now on our website – just click the EVENTS tab.
Looking forward to being back in the USA for our short Midwest tour. Will be great to catch up with old friends and meet new ones! Dates and venues on our Events page.
Yes, we’re heading back to NSW Australia to visit some of our favourite spots – Newcastle, Gosford and then Sydney at Manly. This will be our first set of events after our return from Europe, so we’re looking forward to being back with some ‘home’ crowds. Details are on our Events page so check them … Continued
On May 14th we head to Germany to begin our two week tour to Germany and The Netherlands. Beginning in Dresden and then travelling to Chemnitz, Jena and Oberursel and then we head into the Netherlands with concert events in Zwijndrecht, Veenendaal, Drachten and finally Katwijk (one of our favourite venues in Europe). We’ve been blessed to have many people … Continued