Barefoot Nellie to perform at Cowboy Gospel Jubilee

Posted 3/26/19

Barefoot Nellie and Company will headline the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee at 7 on Friday night. 

“Barefoot Nellie and Company is one of the most exciting bluegrass bands today,” said Joel Moore, producer of the weekly event. 

With the recent addition of Carl Towns, (guitar and vocals) of Riding Fawn, Ga., Elliott Varner from Fort Payne, Alabama, (guitar and vocals), and Brett Martin from Loachapoka, Alabama, (banjo and vocals), the band is a suburb group of accomplished musicians. 

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Barefoot Nellie to perform at Cowboy Gospel Jubilee

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Barefoot Nellie and Company will headline the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee at 7 on Friday night. 
“Barefoot Nellie and Company is one of the most exciting bluegrass bands today,” said Joel Moore, producer of the weekly event. 
With the recent addition of Carl Towns, (guitar and vocals) of Rising Fawn, Georgia, Elliott Varner from Fort Payne, Alabama, (guitar and vocals), and Brett Martin from Loachapoka, Alabama, (banjo and vocals), the band is a suburb group of accomplished musicians. 

The smooth-driving bluegrass group manages to blend traditional sounds with more progressive ones to create music that is both accessible and innovative — a successful fusion of things both old and new.
Founding member Eric Bruce plays bass and sings alongside his wife and co-founding member, August Bruce, who plays fiddle and sings lead. 
The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee is held at the Cleveland Cowboy Church in the Dockery Heights community, between Blue Springs and Blackburn Roads. It features both gospel and moral secular music performed in a variety of genres.
They pass the hat for the headliners.

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