The show is free and open to the public.
“Just Us is one of the best Bluegrass bands you will ever see — anywhere!,” said Will Nichols, producer of the weekly music event. “Their musicianship is superb, their vocals are first-rate, and their entire show is just a great time.”
Comprised of Stacy and Teresa Wilson, Blake Atkins and newcomer Brent Womac, Just Us features a unique blend of Bluegrass, Country, and Contemporary Bluegrass. The band combines strong vocals, tight harmonies and solid picking to showcase the skilled musicians and singers they are.
“Besides being one of the finest guitarists around, Stacy Wilson’s voice is as pure as country air,” continued Nichols. “His sound is reminiscent of the all-time greats like Keith Whitley. He plays banjo, mandolin and bass, and, in addition to teaching music, he often performs in the Carriage Room at The Dixie Stampede in Pigeon Forge.”
But it’s definitely not a one man show, Nichols is quick to add. Every member of the band merits the spotlight.
“Stacy’s wife Teresa plays bass and sings tenor,” he said. “And their son Blake is an outstanding banjo picker and an accomplished singer. Plus, the newest member of the band, Brent Womac, formerly lead guitar and singer with the Blue City Band, is one of the regions best guitar players.
Also appearing on the Jubilee is singer-songwriter Elmer Bramlett, Amy McAlister, Emily Varnell, and the Cowboy Church Band and Chorale. Ron Upchurch is host and announcer for the event.
The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee is held at the Cleveland Cowboy Church in the Dockery Heights community at 3040 Blythe Road, off Dockery Lane, between Blue Springs and Blackburn Roads. Admission is free and a love offering is taken for the band.