Scott Brown to sing Friday at Cowboy Gospel Jubilee

Posted 1/29/19

The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee will present Scott Brown as headliner on the Jubilee stage Friday, 7 p.m. 

“Scott Brown is a well-known local cowboy inspirational singer and talented …

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Scott Brown to sing Friday at Cowboy Gospel Jubilee

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The Cowboy Gospel Jubilee will present Scott Brown as headliner on the Jubilee stage Friday, 7 p.m. 
“Scott Brown is a well-known local cowboy inspirational singer and talented musician from Ringgold, Georgia,” said Joel Moore, producer of the weekly show. “Scott currently has a No. 1 song, “Mountain Top,” on the Power Source Christian Country Charts. 
"Many of Scott’s fans tell us they have enjoyed hearing Scott perform (while on horseback) on numerous occasions at multiple different events, and can attest to his talent and his love for God and a heart for people and service,” said Moore.
Brown and his band perform all over the U.S., and recently returned from performing in Canada. 
Brown and his wife, Pam, host services on Sunday mornings and some Wednesday nights at their farm, Brand of the Cross Ranch in Ringgold.
“You don’t want to miss hearing Scott and this super-talented band, says Moore. "We have been looking forward to having them back at the Cowboy Gospel Jubilee for some time now.”
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 Road and Blackburn Road. It features both gospel and moral secular music performed in a variety of genres. 
Admission is free, and so is the coffee! They pass the hat for the headliners. 

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