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This is a 3 day Christian Festival. June 21, 22, 23rd. There will be 25 bands, various speakers and an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Unbroken will be sponsering the event with Rev. David Wilson leading the charge,.
5920 Festival - a day long event with music, food, and fun. Gypsy will be performing on the Acoustic Stage.
Gypsy will be taking the Acoustic Stage from 4:15 - 4:45. Kenny Wayne Shepherd Headlines the evening events. Great music, great food, great folks - come on out for a Mississippi Concert!
Gypsy joins the Central Praise Band for a rousing Easter Service.
Morning worship service with the Central Priase Band.
Sounds Like: Rev KM Williams
Label: TTM Records
Manager: Thomas Mykals
Bio: Gypsy Carns - The Blues Preacher - started performing in clubs in 1963 and making records in ‘66. He has anointed the United States, Japan, France, England,Germany, Italy, Amsterdam & The Netherlands,China,Israel and Brazil with his vocals, percussion, and ecelctic 12-string bottleneck guitar & D...See Full Bio
“I’m sure that you’ve heard of a one man band before with Gypsy this was a one man album with him taking full reins on the project writing all of the songs along with playing all of the instruments found on it. The list of instruments played is impressive from normal ones like, guitars, dobros, tambourine and harmonica to some more unusual ones like, rain stick, washboard and rattlesnake tails. The blues filled, “The Boot Boogie,” features unique rattlesnake tails sounds on it. The releases longest track, “Moon & Stars (4:29),” offers up a sound that paints a picture that reminded me of an old west gunfight scene from a movie with the sharp harmonica parts used in it acting almost like gunfire. Whether you’re a longtime follower of Gypsy’s music or a newcomer you’ll quickly learn that this man has the talent necessary to make his signature guitar and dobro sounds come to life. Like an artist uses a paint brush Gypsy uses his instruments to paint musical pictures with”