Christian Country singing sensation Christian Davis of Nashville will headline the free music concert Friday night at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee. "Christian Davis, is possibly most …
Christian Country singing sensation Christian Davis of Nashville will headline the free music concert Friday night at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee.
"Christian Davis, is possibly most widely known as the amazing bass singer for the popular bluegrass group Dailey & Vincent, but Christian is also a multi-Dove Award winner and Grammy-nominated solo artist," said Jubilee host Steve Poteet.
"Having an artist of this caliber on our stage has created an added excitement for this Friday night's Cowboy Gospel Jubilee at the Cleveland Cowboy Church."
Davis began singing professionally in 1998, as bass vocalist with The Sounds of Liberty, while attending Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., and traveling to many churches and venues around the country.
Later that year Dr. Jerry Falwell, with Christian's persuasion, formed the Old Time Gospel Hour Quartet, which Davis began with as the original bass singer. He has since sung with other quartets such as the Old Friends Quartet (while George Younce was ill), the Christian Brothers Quartet, and Mercy’s Mark.
After much prayer and direction from the Lord, Davis has now begun a new chapter in his life that still allows him to maintain select dates in his solo ministry — joining Dailey & Vincent.
Also appearing at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee is singer/songwriter Elmer Bramlett, Joel Moore, and Cleveland Cowboy Church Pastor Wally Varnell, playing his guitar in a Merle Travis-style.
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 they will pass the hat for the headliners.
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