“Josh, Ryan Gilreath and Tara Henley are three extremely talented young people,” said Mel Strickland, producer of the weekly Opry-style show. “You can bet it’s going to be a high-energy show come Friday night.”
Besides being an award-winning performer and recording artist, Neyman is also a gifted songwriter. His latest album is “Unworthy” and he has released several YouTube videos, as well.
“We booked this group some time ago,” Strickland said. “Most of their bookings are out of town and I think we’re the only Cleveland concert on their schedule right now. So it’s a rare opportunity to hear them without having to drive some distance.”
The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee is held at the Cleveland Cowboy Church in the Dockery Heights community, between Blue Springs and Blackburn Roads. It is a fast-paced variety show designed to both entertain and inspire. Admission is free and a love offering will be taken.
Also appearing on the Cowboy Jubilee stage is Southern gospel singer Amy McAlister as well as singer-songwriter Elmer Bramlett, and the Cowboy Church Band and Chorale, Strickland said. Cowboy Bob Corley is the host and “The Gospel Gun,” Will Nichols, is announcer.
For directions or more information about the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee visit clevelandcowboychurch.com or call 423/476-7936.