Joanne Cash Yates comes to us from Nashville Cowboy Church founded by her and her husband, Dr. Harry Yates, when they came back off the road in 1990 after 15 years of singing and preaching with their 2 daughters.
She is still singing gospel and is a much sought after speaker. She has made gospel music recordings with her brother, Johnny Cash, as well as other recording artists. Johnny always encouraged her, but there was one phrase he made to her that means so much. He said, "Baby, just keep on singing."
Come and enjoy with us the fellowship of this wonderful, loving lady.
Mike Maroney began singing in church when he was 4 years old and has been singing ever since. He is a graduate of Trinity Bible College at Ellendale, North Dakota, and is an ordained Minister. He is involved in youth ministry with Youth For Christ under the direction of Joe Sukraw in North Platte Nebraska where he resides. One of the high lights of his life was when he was 16 years old an attended a Gaither Home Coming Concert in Fargo North Dakota, where he had the opportunity to sing "The Longer I Serve Him" with Bill Gaither playing the piano. Ever since, Mike has had a love for gospel music. You will enjoy his out going personality, as well as his singing.
Green Valley Homesteaders The Green Valley Homesteaders are a group from the Scottsbluff, Nebraska area, consisting of "Down Home" folks from a variety of different backgrounds and religious denominations. They play and sing Bluegrass, Folk, Gospel, and Roots music. Their line-up of participants can change, depending upon who is available at any given time. Some are regulars, such as Wynne and Terri Buehler.
They have been recruited to entertain from as far away as Lincoln, Nebraska, and are kept busy by trying to fill all the requests they receive.
Master of Ceremonies: Big Al Weekly
Award winning Radio Host,and ,Entertainer,MC Big Al Host Americana Gospel every Sunday Morning on 50.000 watt KRVN Radio 880am 6am to 10am cst member of the Nebraska Country Music Hall Of Fame
Curt Cooper, better known as Pastor Coop, is a native of Nebraska. He attended college at Chadron State and is currently studying through the International School of Ministry. He is a pastor and jail chaplain. He also enjoys riding and reciting cowboy poetry. He is the pastor at First Christian Church in Central City, Nebraska. Come and enjoy his cowboy poetry and teaching ministry. Curt has a very interesting way of speaking to people.
Mr. Gospel Guitar & Carrie David & Carrie Smith
David played as lead guitarist for the Oak Ridge Boys from age 13 until they went into secular music and he stayed gospel. He has played and sung for numerous Christian groups, and has preached the gospel in over 27 different countries. He performed on major gospel television shows throughout the United States. He was also a regular on the Grand Ole Opry “Grand Ole Gospel Hour” for 16 years.
Carrie is a graduate from the Millikin University School of Music, Decatur, Illinois. She sang country music for 12 years before the Lord began to pull her in the direction of the ministry. Now with her voice, saxophone, and bass guitar, she glorifies the Lord with music.