Welcome Valley Boys to perform at Cowboy Gospel Jubilee Friday
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The Welcome Valley Boys will headline the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday evening at 7.
“The Welcome Valley Boys are a terrific Bluegrass Gospel band from Benton,” said Will Nichols, producer of the weekly Opry-style show. “They are known for their traditional sound and pleasing harmony.”
 The band is comprised of Jake Brown playing lead guitar, Ralph Quinn playing mandolin and singing tenor, Casey White singing lead and helping out on bass and playing guitar, Joe Dail singing baritone, Matthew Quinn playing banjo and singing an occasional lead and Josh Brown playing bass.
Also appearing is singer/songwriter Elmer Bramlett and Southern Gospel singer Amy McAlister, as well as the Cowboy Church Band and Chorale. Nichols, known as “The Gospel Gun,” is the announcer and a crowd favorite.
“The Cowboy Jubilee is a come-as-you-are event,” Nichols said, “and is located between Blackburn Road and Blue Springs Road in the Dockery Heights subdivision. A love offering is taken for the headliners.”
For directions or more information about the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee visit ClevelandCowboyChurch.com.
The Welcome Valley Boys will headline the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday evening at 7. “The Welcome Valley Boys are a terrific Bluegrass Gospel band from Benton,” said Will Nichols, producer of the weekly Opry-style show. “They are known for their traditional sound and pleasing harmony.” The band is comprised of Jake Brown playing lead guitar, Ralph Quinn playing mandolin and singing tenor, Casey White singing lead and helping out on bass and playing guitar, Joe Dail singing baritone, Matthew Quinn playing banjo and singing an occasional lead and Josh Brown playing bass. Also appearing is singer/songwriter Elmer Bramlett and Southern Gospel singer Amy McAlister, as well as the Cowboy Church Band and Chorale. Nichols, known as “The Gospel Gun,” is the announcer and a crowd favorite. “The Cowboy Jubilee is a come-as-you-are event,” Nichols said, “and is located between Blackburn Road and Blue Springs Road in the Dockery Heights subdivision. A love offering is taken for the headliners.” For directions or more information about the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee visit ClevelandCowboyChurch.com.
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The Welcome Valley Boys will headline the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee this Friday evening at 7.

“The Welcome Valley Boys are a terrific Bluegrass Gospel band from Benton,” said Will Nichols, producer of the weekly Opry-style show. “They are known for their traditional sound and pleasing harmony.”

The band is comprised of Jake Brown playing lead guitar, Ralph Quinn playing mandolin and singing tenor, Casey White singing lead and helping out on bass and playing guitar, Joe Dail singing baritone, Matthew Quinn playing banjo and singing an occasional lead and Josh Brown playing bass.

Also appearing is singer/songwriter Elmer Bramlett and Southern Gospel singer Amy McAlister, as well as the Cowboy Church Band and Chorale. Nichols, known as “The Gospel Gun,” is the announcer and a crowd favorite.

“The Cowboy Jubilee is a come-as-you-are event,” Nichols said, “and is located between Blackburn Road and Blue Springs Road in the Dockery Heights subdivision. A love offering is taken for the headliners.”

For directions or more information about the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee visit ClevelandCowboyChurch.com.