Nashville, Tennessee is quintessential country. Music awards abound, stars in the making flourish, and one Central Minnesota band has learned just what it means to top a Nashville chart. The Red Letter Band, with members from Douglas and surrounding counties, now has two singles in the top 20 of the Inspirational Country Chart. Its single Bring Me hit No. As the associate pastor at Reynolds Baptist Church in Long Prairie, vocalist Josh Anderson created the group when one of his students, Patrick Doyle, suggested that they learn to play the guitar. That grew into a small worship band, which eventually grew into the Red Letter Band. He also seasonally does pest control with his father. Mason was first introduced to the band in He was in a youth ministry band at New Testament Church in Alexandria that was asked around to open shows for the Red Letter Band. With no previous experience in the country genre, Swor seemed like an unlikely candidate for the band.
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With good headphones sounds great. Except the tamborine, too loud in my phones. With regular headphones was too loud about the Hz.
Sure, their show at the Wayfarer last May was good, in fact too good. In the following months, each member happily moved forward with their lives and had no regrets about their decision to disband. That was until February. Upon seeing the email, percussionist Travis Ruiz took a photo and sent it to Dickson.