Wednesday, August 22, 5 p.m.
Victory Ministries – “ God Empowering His People “
The church was started March 6, 2011 by James and Bertha Bell along with 5 others;Virgil Willis, Albert Bagsby, Virginia and Larry Brown and Wayne Bell.
We are located on the corner of Main and Fulton Streets in downtown Clarksville.
Pastor Bell has been in the ministry 19 years. Pastoring for 7 years.
We now have a diverse congregation a blessing to us all. We sing worship and praise songs of the popular gospel mix.
Friday, August 24, 7 p.m.
Whislin’ Dixie is a 5 piece Red Dirt and Outlaw Country Group from Newton County, Arkansas.
The band consists of Darrell Davis (lead vocal), Beezer Wagler (lead guitar), Wes Davis (acoustic guitar), Doobie Bowie (drums), and Daryl Vaughn (bass guitar).
The group collectively has opened for Craig Morgan, Daryl Worley, Trick Pony, The Warren Brothers, Moe Bandy, Reba McEntire, The Randy Rogers Band, George Strait and many others.
Performing in Texas, Missouri, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Arkansas, from Oark, Arkansas to Tootsie’s World Famous Orchid Lounge, Whistlin’ Dixie has taken Arkansas Red Dirt off the beaten path and into the venues of outlaw country lore.
Receiving Josie Music Awards (JMA) nominations in 2017 for Outlaw Country Group of the Year and Outlaw Country Song of the Year for their original song “Down on the Farm”, Whistlin’ Dixie followed up by receiving two JMA nominations in 2018 for Outlaw Country Song of the Year fo their original songs “Party with You” and “Fightin’ for Home”. Ranked #1 group on ReverbNation for Jasper, Arkansas. Drummer, singer and songwriter, Doobie Bowie, received “Drummer of the Year” honors by the 2018 Arkansas Country Music Awards.
Saturday, August 25, 7 p.m.
Brick Fields Music
Brick Fields is an Arkansas original musical group fronted by the ambrosial voice of Rachel Fields bring you their ‘Roots’ music using a Folk and Blues platform as with an Americana Soul feel on their new album “Blues Habit”. The Brick Fields foundation is married couple Rachel Fields and Larry Brick. Rachel cut her musical teeth first in the Arkansas river valley, by way of her Uncle Mike “Burger” Scoggins, then in the jam band circuit touring in the late 90’s east and west coast festivals opening for acts like Government Mule and later singing on a tour with JGB. Larry has spent over 40 years in the music business as a guitar player, songwriter and also as a worship leader during the California Calvary movement of the 1970’s.
Brick Fields current core band is a 6-piece treasure of solid creativity including Ben Sass, Kevin Bonner and Hoobie Daniels. Ben Sass of Jerusalem, Israel is the vibrant enthusiastic steed on and off stage, possibly one of the world’s finest up and coming harmonica players on the scene. Kevin Bonner from Northwest Arkansas, honed his drumming chops in the Cate Bro’s garage and has been the backbone for numerous of NWA most loved bands. Bass player, Hoobie Daniels, of Southern Mississippi via Austin Texas, joined Brick Fields in 2016 after retiring to the Ozark Mountains where he is continuing his musical journey. Comfortable with themselves and numerous surprise guests, it not unusual at a Brick Fields show for the night to end with a few or as many as 20 players on stage. Musician’s musicians Brick Fields has been called a magnet for other musicians and music lovers alike. Ever evolving, this couple’s original music can charm venues in an intimate relaxed setting with the acoustic duo telling stories of musical roots or bring a full-on band experience that brings the house to its feet.