LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Some of the country’s best entertainers graced the La Follette Church of God stage on Saturday night for a free concert to benefit the Faithway Assembly of God.  The church was lost to June’s historic flood.

TOP PHOTO:  New Harvest opened the night on Saturday night.

Tim Lovelace kept the crowd of more than 100 laughing much of the night

Singer-song writer Jerry Salley closed the show singing “The Broken Ones,” a song he wrote and the Talleys recorded becoming a number one song.  He shared stories of how the songs he wrote were inspired including the one about his grandfather, Reuben Potter, in the song ‘All Dressed Up’ made popular by Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers.

(Left to right)  Steve Bruce (pastor of Faithway Assembly of God), Jerry Salley and Greg Marlow

Several thousand dollars were raised during the performance.  If you would like to donate to help Faithway Assembly of God get back on its feet, mail  donations to Faithway Assembly of God, P.O. Box 1602, La Follette, Tennessee 37766 or donate on line HERE.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 08/26/2019-6AM)


One Reply to “It was fun for Faithway’s cause on Saturday night”

  1. Thanks to WLAF and Jim Freeman and Big Josh for being there Saturday night! You guys are the best and we appreciate your continued support of Faith Way! By the way, we had crowd estimates of 250!

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