Bluesboro gets religion; gospel music sells

September 7, 2007

According to this article in the Murfreesboro Daily News Journal, the Bluesboro Rhythm & Blues Co. has gotten religion–at least on Sundays. Their Sunday gospel brunch has now become a staple on Sunday afternoons at the club.

The man behind the music is Janard Cross, youth pastor and choir director at Freedom of Worship Outreach Church. The first brunch was in July, and Bluesboro plans to have one at least once per month. The cost is $10 for food and the concert, $5 dollars for children 10 and younger. The menu includes Cajun catfish, fried chicken and other brunch items — from pastries, egg, sausage, grits, fruit and bacon to potatoes.


Above is the menu for the heathen concerts. The brunches are held at 2:00 P.M. Only heathens would think “brunch” takes place in the middle of the afternoon–and only heathens would spell “dessert” with one “s.”

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