Nontraditional country-gospel concert March 3 at the Farris

Kevin Rowe, center, and the Prodigal Sons will perform their signature country-gospel music, with a bit of rockabilly mixed in, at the Farris Theatre this Saturday. The group will perform two free concerts at 3 and 7 p.m. at the theater, 301 W. Main St., Richmond. The Prodigal Sons will also perform at Cotton Creek Cowboy Chapel at the 9:30 a.m. Sunday service. (Provided photo)

By Liz Johnson, Staff Writer

Country-gospel music will meet rockabilly Saturday, March 3, at the Farris Theatre with two free concerts by Kevin Rowe and the Prodigal Sons.

Rowe said his music is becoming more recognized as gospelbilly, designed to be appealing to those who would not normally enjoy gospel music.

The concert will bring the message of Jesus Christ through music and testimony in the two concerts, set for 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday.

Kevin Rowe, who is an ordained cowboy chaplain, and his wife, Angela, founded the Prodigal Sons.

“I have known Kevin and Angela for some time now, and every time I see them, they ignite such excitement in everyone around them that you just can’t contain yourself,” said Mike Stephens, pastor of Cotton Creek Cowboy Chapel.

The complete story is in the Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018 Richmond News.

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