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Cowboy church to host bluegrass band Sunday, April 8

Cowboy church to host bluegrass band Sunday, April 8
April 06
08:52 2018

The Ridge Cowboy Church, 188 County Road 245, will host the bluegrass gospel band Hanks and Company at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 8. The performance will be free and open to the public.

Hanks and Company, a traditional bluegrass/bluegrass gospel band, includes members Eddie Hanks, Debbie Hanks, Klint Trammell and Stephen Foster. This group says they play for churches, festivals, fundraisers, or any event in need of a traditional bluegrass sound with a positive, uplifting message.

According to the band’s Facebook page, Eddie and Debbie Hanks live in Seymour. Klint Trammell and his wife, Carolyn, make their home in Newcastle, Oklahoma, and Stephen Foster and his wife, Debbie, reside in Bridge Creek, Oklahoma.

The Ridge Cowboy Church also will host the Urban Pioneers at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 29. The Urban Pioneers performed at Breckenridge’s National Theatre in February. The band includes Breckenridge native Liz Sloan, Jared McGovern and Martin Sargent.


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