The event is free and open to the public,
“Mallory gave an impressive performance last year,” said Mel Strickland, producer of the jubilee. “And she just keeps getting better. Her talent and abilities are undeniable.”
Ledford began singing at the age of 2 and has already recorded an impressive six albums. She cut her first tracks when she was only 8, and her latest project titled, “Where I Go,” was recorded at age 13 and produced by Phil Cross.
“The Cowboy Jubilee is a terrific venue to see Mallory,” continued Strickland. “It’s a fast-moving, Opry-style show where you hear a number of performers in a short period of time.”
Besides being on the Jubilee stage, Ledford has performed at the Riverbend Festival in Chattanooga, and with the Singing Echoes at the Blue Springs Valley Gospel event here in Cleveland. In addition she performed at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, Ky., and at Charles Stanley’s First Baptist Church of Atlanta.
“The Cowboy Jubilee is a come-as-you-are event,” said Strickland. “We are located between Blackburn Road and Blue Springs Road in the Dockery Heights subdivision.”
Also appearing are regulars, Southern gospel singer Amy McAlister, singer-songwriter Elmer Bramlett, and the Cowboy Church Band and Chorale, said Strickland.