Friday, October 15 doors open at 6 pm and concert starts at 7 pm
A classically-trained singer, violinist, speaker, and writer, Jean Watson has touched the lives of thousands of listeners through her music and her compelling testimony of God’s healing grace. Based in Michigan, Jean maintains a full-time speaking and performing schedule all over the
world in concert halls, churches, coffeehouses, prisons, and homeless shelters. She feels a particular calling to the nation of Ireland where she hosts a daily radio show on United Christian Broadcasting Radio Ireland.
In addition to her radio show, Jean has appeared on The 700 Club, TBN's Praise The Lord and other media outlets across the globe. In 2018, Jean completed her first book, “Everything Can Change in Forty Days” published by Seedbed Publishers. She is in high demand as a
conference speaker and frequently ministers as a spokesperson for Prison Fellowship International. No stranger to contemporary Christian music, Jean recently released her tenth CD produced by CCM veteran Billy Smiley. She has been privileged to record with some of Nashville’s finest musicians, including Michael W. Smith, Phil Keaggy, Russ Taff, David Meece, Matt Slocum
(Sixpence None The Richer), and Peter Furler of the Newsboys.
Jean is honored to be married to Mark Roberts, a pastor, and retired Air Force Chaplain. Together, they have a blended family of seven children, eight grandchildren, four chickens, two dogs, and a horse. When she is not traveling, Jean enjoys spending time with her family and playing violin in the Kalamazoo Symphony.
Saturday, November 13th, doors open at 5:30 pm for VIP, 6 pm general admission, and concert at 7 pm
Josh has 7 top 10 hits in Christian music, yet one wouldn’t think that a young man with a wonderful marriage, strong Christian convictions, and a career on the rise would face any obstacles. Well, not true. 2012 saw Josh facing a serious panic attack that led him to believe he was having a heart attack. Far from being a one-time event, Josh faced repeated attacks that nearly
led to the cancellation of performances. This emotional wake-up call makes up the basis for his album CARRY ME (released in 2013); Josh has often used real-life experiences to fuel his songs. Odd that the attacks happened in the same year that he was given the CHRISTIAN SONGWRITER/ARTIST OF THE YEAR from ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers), but he has learned to take it all in stride. His last 2 albums have been top 5 rated in Christian music and fresh off of top 10 hits, REVOLUTIONARY Josh’s next single UNDENIABLE is climbing the charts and promises to be another hit for him.