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Jack Brown

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DO YOU NEED SPECIAL MUSIC FOR A WORSHIP SERVICE?

PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL AT (540) 943-9110.

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Jack's music has touched many lives. He praises the Lord with his horn, blending great-sounding Nashville-style music with inspiring Old Hymns!

Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, and The Statler Brothers have been his inspiration - - - - Danny Davis for his Nashville-Style trumpet playing and The Statler Brothers for their wonderful country harmonies.

"I pray that if it's God's will, I will have the opportunity to share some of my music with you and your church".

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Check out the "News" Tab (above) for a special mix of prayer requests, local events, and Gospel concert schedules. Also please feel free to leave a message by clicking on the "Your Comments" tab above. (Jack says, "Your comments have offered so much encouragement and have been so uplifting - many of you I have never met"). Some of Jack's favorite songs can be found at the "Products" tab and portions of a few songs can be heard by selecting the "Music" tab.

"I hope that you will enjoy your time here and will come back as often as you can".

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Jack's Favorite Bible Verse - 1 Thessalonians 5:18

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Jack is a member of the COUNTRY GOSPEL MUSIC ASSOCIATION - EASTERN DIVISION.

He is available to honor deceased members of our military with the playing of taps.

He is also available as an opener for concerts, and to add musical variety for retreats, conferences, socials, suppers, concerts, picnics, and at anniversary or birthday parties.

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