Rescue Junction in Concert
by Central Presbyterian Church
- Saturday, 29 April 2017 at 7:00 PM (EDT)
- Central Presbyterian Church 7 Queen's Square, Cambridge, ON N1S 1H4
This event has been postponed due to a scheduling conflict for one of the members of the band. We will post a new date as soon as possible.
Back by popular demand, Rescue Junction will perform at Central.
Our Missions & Outreach Committee would like to invite you to join us for an evening of great music.
Proceeds from the evening will be split between our friends at the Cambridge Self Help Food Bank and the work of Central Church.
Tickets $15/Person in advance. $20/Person at the door.
Rescue Junction is an award winning Canadian bluegrass band based out of Millbank, Ontario and has been travelling and singing together since 2009. Originally comprised of brother and sister, Kyle & Kaitlyn Gerber on mandolin and guitar respectively, the band has grown to include Roger Martin on banjo, Dallas Roth on upright bass and most recently Nick Huber on dobro.
Rescue Junction combines a plethora of musical tastes with their passion for bluegrass resulting in a unique, refreshing style. From gospel quartet numbers to traditional and contemporary bluegrass to original songs by Kaitlyn, audiences can expect an exhilarating time with the band. Performing mostly throughout their home province of Ontario along with some traveling to the US, Rescue Junction has been fortunate to play at many kinds of venues including churches, parks, community centres, auditoriums, and the bluegrass festival circuit.
Having received numerous nominations at the Central Canada Bluegrass Music Awards, including Album of the Year for "On Any Road," Rescue Junction has been honoured with awards for Most Promising Group (2013) and Gospel Group (2014). While it is a privilege to represent Canadian Bluegrass and meet many new friends and bands from across the US and Canada, the goal of every Rescue Junction member is to glorify God through music and to share the love of Christ with everyone they can.