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Cumberland Thunder: Free 5-Year Anniversary concert

The Christian band "Cumberland Thunder" launched in November of 2016 with a concert in their hometown of Russell Springs. Now, in a few short months, the band will be celebrating their fifth anniversary.

"This is a special milestone for us," says guitarist Joshua Tomlin. "When we started on this musical journey, we were unsure of how people would respond." Tomlin went on to say that as he and his bandmates have travelled across the country, they have been met with an overwhelmingly encouraging response.

It's because of that response that Cumberland Thunder wants to have a chance to give something back to their followers. "For a band that started as just a bunch of small town kids, the kindness shown to us by our fans and friends has been immeasurable. That's why we are putting together a free concert to allow everyone to celebrate this five year mark with us," says Tomlin.

For those interested in attending this free event, it will be taking place on Friday, November 12--almost five years to the day of Cumberland Thunder's first official concert. It will be held at 7pmCT at the Jamestown Christian Church, 65 S Main St, Jamestown, KY.


"This is going to be a night of fun and surprises," says Tomlin, who will be joined on stage by bandmates Abby Tomlin, Josh Carey, and Seth Hayes.

Cumberland Thunder is an energetic ensemble of young people from a variety of backgrounds who have pledged their time and talents to sharing the message of hope in song as they travel across the country.


This story was posted on 2021-09-09 19:31:30
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Russell County band Cumberland Thunder



2021-09-09 - Russell Springs, KY - Photo by Jon Denney.
Members of Cumberland Thunder (l-r): Josh Carey, Seth Hayes, Joshua Tomlin, Abby Tomlin. The band will be celebrating their 5-year anniversary with a free concert in Jamestown on November 12, 2021.

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