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Gospel band heads to Nashville

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Jack Boswell Country Gospel Band has been invited to appear on an episode of Shotgun Red Variety Show in Nashville, Tenn. The band is made up of (from left) Jack Boswell, Mark Boswell, Pat Pittman Jarvis, Jim Allison and Sebern Campbell.
The long-standing music ministry of the Jack Boswell County Gospel Band has been noticed in Nashville, Tenn. The group has been invited to appear on an upcoming episode of the Shotgun Red Variety Show, aired weekly on the RFD Network. The band was chosen as one of 78 acts selected from more than 2,500 applicants to appear on the popular cable network in 2012.

The band will depart central Indiana for Nashville Sunday, Jan. 8. They will tape their segment before a live studio audience on Monday, Jan. 9, within the General Jackson Ballroom, located on the famed General Jackson Riverboat in Nashville.

The taped show will be scheduled to air various times throughout 2012 on RFD-TV. The Shotgun Red Variety Show currently airs on Monday evenings on the network, with previous episodes re-aired on Fridays and Sundays.

Jack Boswell, largely recognized by his cross-handed piano playing, and his country music band performed through the Midwest through the 1960s-1980s. He has shared a stage with 18 artists who have been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.

Having retired from Country Music in 1983, he devoted his musical talents to the creation of a faith-based music ministry that has allowed he and his band to perform in hundreds of churches throughout the State of Indiana over the past 15 years.

Band members who accompany Boswell include vocalist Pat Pittman Jarvis, Brazil, lead guitarist Sebern Campbell, Eminence, bass guitarist Jim Allison, Paragon, and drummer Mark Boswell, Brownsburg.

The group welcomes anyone interested to join them on their journey to Nashville. For more information related to the show as well as overnight accommodations may call 765-672-8203.

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Awesome! Good luck and Godspeed!

-- Posted by RickS on Thu, Dec 1, 2011, at 3:18 PM

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