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Gordon Mote and Ron Bridgewater at the Brazil Church of the Nazarene

Friday, March 19, 2010

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Gordon Mote
Gordon Mote, an accomplished musician, master prankster and devoted Christian.

He is one of Nashville's top session musicians and most sought-after concert pianists.

As a pianist, he's one of the best-known musicians in the industry. He's performed on stage with Lee Greenwood, Trisha Yearwood, Tanya Tucker, Bill Gaither and Grand Ole Opry legend Porter Wagoner among others. In the studio, a "who's who of country and Christian artists" have benefited from Gordon's gifts, among them Rascal Flatts, Randy Travis, The Martins, Mark Lowry, Trace Adkins, The Gaither Vocal Band and Kenny Chesney.

Ron Bridgewater is the Senior Minister at East Columbus Christian Church. He was born in Brazil, and spent most of his life there, until God called him to Bible college at the age of twenty-two.

Ron is married to Stacey, also a Brazil, native, and they have two high energy boys; Nick and Garrett.

Ron loves to use the gifts that God has given him to lead people to Christ and help them to grow in their relationships with Him.


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Gordon Mote is Bill Gaither's Vocal Band's piano player and is quite gifted.

-- Posted by I. M. Lee Thall, Esq. on Sat, Mar 20, 2010, at 1:00 AM


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