Don’t miss the biggest event of the summer! Church of Cash makes it’s much anticipated return to Take 16 Brewing Company. After their packed dual show stay last fall, we had to bring them back.
Food will be courtesy of Luverne Baseball Association.
“If there is anyone truer to the music and spirit of Johnny Cash, you’d have to prove it to me.” – Jamie Winpenny, Honolulu Weekly
Whether you are an ‘ol timer that grew up listening to Mr. Cash in your tractor or a young soldier driving your tank across the deserts of the Middle East with the Man in Black in your headphones, the Church of Cash will bring his music, with style and energy to fans everywhere.
What the Church of Cash has that no one else can match is their loyalty to the song and the message that Johnny left to all of us. The band merely keeps this word alive with a youthful spirit that has entertained audiences completely.
Classic country for the modern world.
We're not from the Black Hills, the Texas Panhandle, or Appalachia. We're from the Twin Cities. Damn proud of it, too, but we play country music, because it's one of America's native languages.
We use it to tell our stories of love, good times, Grain Belt, and friends. Some are fact. Some are fiction with the truth hiding in there somewhere. All of them are heartfelt.
We're pickers, fiddlers, groovers, and harmonizers. We're ready to make you sing along, get up and dance, or just sit and tap your toes. We're The Federales.
"Don't let my disdain for what I call 'beard-rock' fool you — man, I fucking love country, and I love when it's done right. And I'm gonna say: The Federales, from what I can tell, tick every god-damn box possible."
— l'etoile Magazine
"Heartbroken lyrics sound like they'd fit right in at a summertime backyard party."
— The Current
The Federales are:
James Gould on electric guitar
Mark Larson on drums
Ben Miller on acoustic guitar, harmonica, and vocals
Jay Scabich on fiddle
Andy Schuster on bass
Karl Wahoske on banjo, acoustic guitar, and vocals