The Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum is hosting Faith Night at the Museum, a free concert series occurring throughout the summer and fall featuring some of Christian music’s most exciting artists.
Faith Night at the Museum is a free event featuring food trucks, free live music, vendors, and more. The Hall of Fame will sell concessions, but this is an alcohol-free concert series creating a family friendly environment for people of all ages. Seating is not provided, so bring a chair or blanket. No outside coolers permitted.
Scheduled from 6pm to 8:30pm, Faith Night at the Museum is a free event featuring food trucks and live music. The Hall of Fame will sell concessions, but this will be an alcohol-free concert series creating a family friendly environment for people of all ages. Be sure to bring your chair and blankets for a good ol' time on the lawn. The Owensboro Bluegrass Band will take the stage at 6p and the Guest Artist will begin at 7p.
August 4: Consumed By Fire
Comprised of Caleb Ward, Jordan Ward, Josh Ward, the three brothers from Oklahoma are living out God’s calling for their lives, to share God’s grace far and wide through music. The band’s sound, heavily influenced by the music they grew up on, is thanks in part to their father’s eclectic taste. Filled with honest truths and the band’s honed musicality, “First Things First,” the band’s current radio single, is evidence of Consumed By Fire’s family bond and the unconditional love of both their earthly and heavenly fathers.No strangers to the road life, up-and coming Contemporary Christian Music band, Consumed By Fire, are living out the name of their band in a brand-new way. As their single climbs up the radio charts, the band is already receiving media attention, praising the band for their “deft lyricism and tight harmonies.”
September 8: Apollo LTD
Nashville-based duo, Jordan Phillips and Adam Stark Apollo LTD make exuberant, ’80s- and ’90s-influenced pop that combines buoyant electronics, airy synths, and hooky guitars. Having worked together as songwriters for others, they released their own eponymous debut EP in 2015. The band had their first Billboard success with their debut album, 2019’s Out of Body. It included the Top 30 Hot Christian song “Gold.” and “On The Way Up”.
October 7: Leanna Crawford
For over two and half years, the singer-songwriter from northwestern Washington, Leanna Crawford, has been writing, touring and singing with some of the biggest names in the Christian music industry. Artists such as Michael W. Smith, Matthew West, Jeremy Camp, Tenth Avenue North, Matt Maher, Plumb & Jordan Feliz. In October 2019, “Funeral” was the first radio single released from Crawford’s EP. The next single “Truth I’m Standing On”, also from the EP, was a Top 30 song on the Billboard Christian Airplay chart. Her latest single is “How Can You Not”. Leanna was nominated as Female Artist of the Year for the 2021 K-LOVE Fan Awards.
Faith Night at the Museum is a free concert series made possible by the generosity of Castlen Steel, Larry & Lamone Mayfield, Gary & Meg Boswell, Bill Barron Real Estate, Steve & Peggi Clark, Whitesville Knights of Columbus, and a private donor who wishes to remain anonymous.
The media sponsor for Faith Night at the Museum is Christian Family Radio, serving listeners in Owensboro, Bowling Green, and Glasgow, Kentucky. For more than 35 years, CFR has lived out their mission to serve this region with music and content that is current, relevant, and inspirational.