Original sounds that God has given to reach a lost and dying world. This group provides a unique unmatched harmonious sound coupled with lyrics that will blow your mind.
HeavenBound has been together since 1992. HeavenBound is a conglomeration of members from various churches and singing groups. All current and previous members of HeavenBound are God fearing and put God first above anyone and anything else.
HeavenBound was started when two members of the group married. When Brother George Blair married Sister Pamela Clark this merged a part of the Spiritual Echoes and The Faithful Gospel Singers. Brother George Blair left The Faithful Gospel Singers and began to be the musician for the Spiritual Echoes. The Spiritual Echoes realized the unique talent and leadership of George Blair and God led the group to put together a group that was separate from The Faithful Gospel Singers and The Spiritual Echoes. This group formed but was without a name. The group members prayed for leading from the Holy Spirit. After praying for a name the group narrowed the selection to three choices, while continuing to wait on the Lord. As the Lord leads, the group was led to a church service at the Kinship Church. During this Holy Ghost filled service the message went forth about being truly Heaven Bound. This is when the Lord shined on the group and the unnamed group was given a new name, HeavenBound. The group Heaven Bound was formed with the following members, Bro. George Blair, Sis. Pamela Blair, Sis. Earline Clark and Sis.Velma Watkins. Although we were blessed to work with many other musicians and singers, God moved and removed as he saw fit. Finally, allowing the leadership of the Holy Spirit, HeavenBound grew to seven members who are a cohesive unit lifting the name of Jesus. Along with the first four the group has added Sis. Renetta Perry, Sis. Eunice Gray and Pastor Vernon Jones. HeavenBound has been afforded the opportunity to lift the name of Jesus at the annual Denver Black Arts Festival, the Denver annual Juneteenth celebration, Colorado Convention Center, street meetings, churches, personal Christian gatherings and most recently Denver’s Temple Buell Theater.