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Popular artist to share message of God's love in Kimberling City

Popular Branson vocalist Sue Ann O'Neal Clark will be in concert on April 28 at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Kimberling City.

Sue Ann O'Neal Clark

The concert will feature selections from Sue Ann's CD "Touching Jesus" as well as a number of other songs her fans have come to love.


Sue Ann has enjoyed a successful career in the field of music. An award-winning performer, Sue Ann performed for thousands of fans as part of the legendary Presley's Jubilee Show. In recent years, she has been dedicated to spreading the word of Christ with a message in word and song, performing throughout the Ozarks and beyond.


Originally from Springfield, MO, Sue Ann began singing at the age of three at a church founded by her uncle. From that time, it seemed Sue Ann was destined to share her music with the world. A gifted songwriter, Sue Ann has recorded many of her own self-penned songs. Sue Ann's music has taken her across the U.S. She even enjoyed some time performing as part of the USO, performing for our troops.  


Sue Ann's music has led to appearances on TNN's "Nashville Now," CBS "This Morning" and ABC's "Good Morning America," as well as many other television tapings. Sue Ann is currently working on her first book—a story of her faith and her beginnings in the music business.


Sue Ann is also working diligently to finish a book which was begun by her husband, the late Richard Clark, the artist behind the famous patriotic piece "American Highrise." Sue Ann will complete Richard's telling of the story of his parents emigrating from communist China to Australia where he was born. It is a true American story of how God helped Richard to overcome many obstacles.


Sue Ann, who received her ordination by the Sanctuary of Hope Church and Life Fellowship, spends much of her time traveling and sharing the good news of Christ.


Sue Ann will perform on April 28 at 2 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, located at #3 James River Road in Kimberling City. There is no admission, but a love offering will be taken to help with expenses.

For more information About Sue Ann O'Neal Clark, visit her Facebook page, or email her at


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