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This is one of the benefits we are really honored to play at. We all know someone who has died from cancer.
God's Country will be making their first appearance at the Cumberland Covered Bridge Festival. We will be playing a mix of classic country and old time rock and roll. Come out and join us for a fun afternoon of music.
This will be our 4th year at the Covered Bridge Festival. Hopefully we won't get rained on this year.
The actual time for this show is still to be determined.
God's Country will be presenting a two hour show consisting of gospel, country and old time rock and roll. This will be our first appearance in Andrews. Come out and join us for a fun evening of music.
Sounds Like: CCR, Martina McBride, Linda Ronstadt, Tanya Tucker, Willie Nelson
Manager: Ron Garlits
Bio: The band was formed to play just one performance for Ron Garlits' mother's 90th birthday party at the Roann Church of the Brethern on May 30, 2010. The group spent four months rehearsing for what was to be a one time performance. Some people were there from the Covered Bridge Festival and aske...See Full Bio
“God's Country made its first appearance at the Sizzlin Summer Plaza Music Series on Thursday. The five member band had the place rocking with classic rock and country songs, intermixed with gospel music, some original and some traditional. "I think its going fantastic" guitarist Ron Garlits said during a break. "At least I hope so." The band hopes to cut a CD in the future, and, he said, is considering buying a portable studio to do so. "Lisa's written eight songs all together," he noted. Dunnagan quickly added. "And Mike's written a few too." She said she gets her inspiration from God. "All I have written really is gospel," she said. "Even when I try to write something else, it turns into gospel." Ann Harting, marketing manager for the Honeywell Center said the bands variety of songs attracted the crowd of nearly 270. "They put on a great performance'" Harting said. "That mix of gospel, country, and oldies, as well as some general favorites gives them a good set."”