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"Tell It

 Wherever You Go"


Highlights from the 2011 Season

Recorded LIVE at the

Chautauqua Auditorium



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The Old Fashioned Singing

This World Is Not My Home

Hide Thou Me

Where Could I Go?

Blessed Assurance

Jesus, Hold My Hand

Bringing in the Sheaves

No One Ever Cared for Me

Singing I Go Medley

Down to the River to Pray

The Old Account Settled

Sunlight Medley

Sweet By and By

Unclouded Day

Jesus Is All the World to Me

I Will Meet You in the Morning

Tell It Wherever You Go


The staged production of Waxahachie's OLD FASHIONED SINGING will usher you back to the first half of the 20th Century when southern folks gathered to sing together under brush arbors, in white-framed church buildings... and the Chautauqua Auditorium!


With live acoustic instruments, twelve singers present an hour and a half of congregational songs popularized by the Revivalist Movement in the American south.


This is not Southern Gospel Quartet music. These are the songs of the people - the songs which carried them through the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl, and two World Wars.















Staged Musical Featuring Southern Congregational Songs




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2014 Shows Remaining:

November 7-8

Friday at 7:00 pm --- Saturday at 3:00 pm

[Shows are identical.]


Adult Tickets - $15      Students - $10

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Individual Tickets Available at the Door

[Check or Cash Only]



Group Tickets Must Be Ordered at Least a Week Ahead

to Receive the Discount AND to Have Seats Reserved for Your Group.

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So You'll Know What to Expect:

This is not just a sing-a-long event; this is a staged production.

A majority of the program is presented by the on-stage cast of auditioned singers, presenting well-prepared arrangements of the songs. At times you will be invited to sing along, but for the most part, the cast carries the show. While it is truly a "show," you will find it worshipful and meaningful... no matter what your musical tastes. There's something about these songs that draws us in and refreshes our spirits.


Bring a cushion or quilt --  the wooden pews are hard,

but they do have backs!


Note: The Auditorium is wheel-chair accessible, and handicapped parking is available near that entrance.



Mailing Address The Old Fashioned Singing Project - 791 N. Hwy 77, Suite 501C-151 - Waxahachie, TX 75165 - 972/923-2709


Auditorium Address: 300 S. Grand Avenue


Driving Directions to the Chautauqua Auditorium

Getzendaner Park is located just behind Baylor Hospital


From the Historic Courthouse Square in Waxahachie, take Main Street west through the beautiful turn-of-the-century neighborhood. Turn left on Grand Avenue into the Park.  


Off I-35E, from Dallas or Waco, take the Brookside exit (No. 401-A). Go east on Brookside.  At Business 287, turn right on Main Street. At Grand Avenue (the first light), turn right into the Park.


From Fort Worth on 287, take Business 287 into Waxahachie. In 3 miles (after you've gone under I-35E), you'll come to the first traffic light which is Grand Ave. Turn right into the Park

A Step Back in Church Music History with the congregational singing of the southern USA.