Christian Country Music Ministry Concert August 28
Join First Baptist Church of Jourdanton this Saturday, August 28, as they host a live concert from Christian Country Music Ministry Inc. The church is located at 515 Zanderson Ave. (highway 16) in Jourdanton.
The evening will begin with a meal served at 5.30 p.m. in the stock exchange room. The band will perform from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. in the sanctuary, entertaining the crowd with their western swing-style gospel music.
Presale tickets cost $ 15 per person or $ 20 at the door. The seats are limited.
All proceeds go to the South Texas Children’s Home Departments. For tickets, please contact Patricia Wheeler at 830-570-2994 or First Baptist Church Jourdanton at 830-769-3552. The meal will be served by Smokin Aces BBQ.
Learn more about the Christian Country Music Ministry
After two decades of providing music to cowboy churches and various other bands in Texas, Roy West and his friend, musician Mark Weatherston, saw the need to present good gospel music to special groups, mainly outside the traditional setting of the church. Christian Country Music Ministry was formed to share the gospel through music with the goal of reaching those who otherwise might not have heard of God’s incredible love for all of us.
Floyd Domino is an amazing pianist originally from California, but now he lives in Austin. At 19, Floyd joined Asleep at the Wheel and with them won two Grammy Awards.
Danny Levin is a classically trained cellist, violinist, jazz pianist and producer of music in virtually any style. His day job for the past 22 years has been composing and producing music for publicity.
Rick McRae has traveled extensively for over three decades as a guitarist for George Strait’s “Ace in the Hole Band”. A versatile player in several styles, he also sings and doubles on the violin and mandolin.
Randy Watkins studied drums and percussion at the University of Houston and with excellent private instructors. He gives private drum lessons and enjoys helping drummers of all ages learn and grow musically.
Mark Weatherston grew up in Pleasanton and currently lives in Charlotte. He started playing bass at the age of 16 with John Donaho and the Country Showmen. For the past 25 years, Mark has played bass with Christian artists such as Roy West, Jarrett Akers, and the Cowboy Fellowship Band.
Roy West grew up in Jourdanton, spent time in Austin and Pleasanton, and now resides in College Station. He started playing music at the age of 12. He writes and records his original music and has performed in numerous venues in South and Central Texas.