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May 27, 2011

Girls Next Door in concert

Ada —  

Girls Next Door is back together with a concert in Ada.

Cross Cut Cowboy Church presents Girls Next Door at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at Pontotoc County Agri-plex.

Girls Next Door, a four-girl country group with a recording contract with MTM Records and later with Atlantic Records, came blazing onto the country music scene in the late 1980s with such hits as "Love Will Get You Through Times of No Money," "Slow Boat to China" and "Walk Me in the Rain." "Love Will Get You Through Times of No Money" was also played on many of the Christian radio stations across the nation.

With hit singles, videos and harmonies, these four girls hit the road. For the next six years they traveled many miles playing at least 200 bookings each year. The Girls — Doris King (Merritt), Tammy Stephens (Smith), Cindy Nixon (Psanos) and Diane Williams (Austin) —  performed in concert halls and arenas across the United States and Canada.

They put their careers on hold for a few years to spend time with their families. However, they are back together and performing the music their fans know and love. They will also be sharing their faith and ministering through Christian music as well.

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