From the Rainsville/Fort Payne, AL area, this band of brothers, including Layne, 20, and triplets, Konner, Kennon, and Kyle, 18, travel with a full band. With their dad on keyboards, their mom, running sounds, Layne on lead guitar, dobro, steel, mandolin...well, just about anything with strings, Konner on bass, Kennon on drums, and Kyle on rhythm, they quickly win friends and find wherever they are. Their family harmony will amaze those listening. Their mission is to bring hope to the world.
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From Tupelo, Mississippi, Daivd's rich baritone voice, likability, and sense of humor will transform any audience into immediate fans. More important than all of that is his heart to meet people's needs right where they are and share a message that will change lives.
This brother and sister duo from East Palestine, Ohio, do all original materal written by Kenny. Their classic country style will have you on your feet and clapping as soon as they open up.. Their sibling banter on stage makes for a fun concert and endears everyone to who they sing to this great duo.
Bobby Gibson is a newcomer to the Christian Country music genre. He grew up listening to country and gospel music. He sang karaoke for years and eventually started singing in church. When he opened his mouth to sing, it came out as country as fried green tomatoes. He never dreamed of having an opportunity to go to Nashville to record Christian music in a style he loved that is being downloaded and played around the world. Bobby is a therapist and works with Celebrate Recovery.
Raised in the small town of Carbon Hill, Alabama, and with a heart as big as Texas, Loretta Jent has been sharing music with others since she was around 13 years old. She grew up knowing that the best way to use one’s talent is to serve God and others. As “life” happened, she began struggling with anxiety and fear, which has followed her through her adult life. However, what was meant to hurt her has helped her to help others. Others say she is “encouraging, uplifting, and inspiring."
Born in southern Missouri, Kevin Kappler began his journey into music at about 10 years of age in his church singing gospel music. With over 20 years of singing and performing, Kevin has traveled as a vocalist and an evangelist while serving in a pastoral role at his church as well. Kevin is now a U.S. Missionary to Law Enforcement and a Commissioned Officer, who serves as a Chaplain to various Law Enforcement/First Responder agencies in southeast Missouri., combining his music with it.
Born in Selma, Alabama, where her love of music began, Tammy Castleberry started singing in churches at a young age and writing lyrics, which she kept to herself for a long time. Because she never learned to play an instrument, she wrote songs more like poetry. Little did she know what God had in store for her future. Tammy’s life had many struggles, pain, and tears, which she poured out in words on paper. God gave her some help through others and her lyrics became original songs.
Once labeled "The Voice" by the head of a Christian Country label in Nashville, Michael Lee began his career as a country artist. Before signing with a major country record label, he and his duet partner decided they wanted more out of their lives and to use their talents to make a difference. Michael Lee became a solo artist, spreading a positive message in country music and sharing the change God made in his life no matter where he is , from the Hard Rock in Nashville to wherever he goes.
Growing up in Louisville, Kentucky, Marty dreamed of standing on the Grand Ole Oprey stage one day and singing a song by B.J. Thomas, his musical inspiration. God had other plans for his life. Taking a pastorate in Missouri, where he nows resides, Marty took a 35 year detour from his dreams. However, that all changed with his first release "Bullet and a Bible," which tells the true story of a soldier whose life was saved by a Bible in his pocket. Meeting that family has been a highlight.
Singer/Songwriter, Mike Haemmerle makes his home in Noblesville, Indiana. As a former U.S. Coast Guard veteran, Mike has traveled the world and written songs about his experiences. He loves God, his family and his country and often includes all of these in his songs. Mike is a story teller in his life and his music. Though Mike's unique testimony is hard to share, he says he does not mind, if it helps someone else struggling with similar difficulties in their own lives.
From the small Southern town of Union, South Carolina, Donavan Wells grew up doing what most boys his age do; hunting, fishing with his Dad, Grandpa and Uncles, and playing sports. Along with that, all genres of music were woven into every detail of his life, with country music taking prominence. Although influenced by family members to perform at an early age, it was not until later in life, perfectly timed with Donavan’s faith in God growing stronger, and he felt a desire to share his music.
Caleb Howard was born and raised in the Appalachian Mountains of Eastern Kentucky with a rich heritage of Gospel, Bluegrass, and Country music. His family sang in church and at family gatherings, where Caleb developed his love of music and his musical talent. He began singing in churches as a teenager. It was then Caleb felt a deep calling and passion to minister and see lives changed. Caleb, his wife Erica, and their children Brooklyn and Damon have traveled to many churches, conference
Danny’s son, Matthew and nephew David Hall joined as vocalists and rhythm guitarists. Luke Sims joined as a vocalist, lead guitarist, and pianist, and his brother, Josh Sims, joined as the drummer and electric guitarist. Now they are The One Step Closer Band. Their music is upbeat and inspiring.
Growing up in Bloomington, Indiana, Julie Seymore currently resides in Little River, SC. She started singing in church at age 9 with her two younger sisters, mom playing piano and their dad picking a guitar. Julie says, “When my dad brought out his guitar, I was ready to sing ‘Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain’ or ‘The Church in the Wildwood.’ My sisters and I loved to sing. Later, they were asked to sing at the Little Nashville Opry in Nashville, Indiana. Julie is now enjoying a solo career.
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