Dave Pettigrew at the Community Coffeehouse

Dave Pettigrew at the Community Coffeehouse

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Hailing from New Jersey, Dave Pettigrew’s persistence as an independent artist has opened doors for him that major label artists would long for.

He & his band have opened for and shared the stage with MercyMe, For King & Country, Jeremy Camp, Michael W. Smith, Phil Wickham, Rend Collective, Brandon Heath, Tenth Avenue North, Lincoln Brewster, Mark Schultz and more.. The band has toured with Brandon Heath, Paul Baloche, Kutless, Love & the Outcome, the JJ Weeks Band….the list goes on.

His new release entitled “Faith & Gasoline” was produced by hit-maker Scotty Wilbanks who has been the keyboardist and an integral part of the band Third Day for the past 20 years.

Aaron Shust at the Community Coffeehouse

Aaron Shust at the Community Coffeehouse

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Over the past decade, Aaron Shust has earned a reputation as one of Christian music’s most compelling songwriters and a vocalist of considerable depth and passion. He was named both New Artist and Songwriter of the Year at the 2007 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards and the impact of his song, “My Savior My God” was recognized with the Song of the Year honor. He has continued to build on that early promise to become one of the community’s most creative and trusted voices. Click here for more.

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The Brothers McClurg at the Community Coffeehouse

The Brothers McClurg at the Community Coffeehouse

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Brothers McClurg’s legacy of music and ministry spans three generations and has a rich heritage of serving the local church. What started out as two bands fronted by brothers Anthony and Chris Hoisington, has turned into a group of Christian brothers who share a desire to see lives changed through worship.

The band name pays homage to Anthony and Chris’ greatest influence: their maternal grandfather Pastor Bill McClurg, who led the southern gospel group The McClurg Family Singers.

“We see it as a way of continuing the legacy and ministry while giving it a fresh vision,” says Chris. Click here for more.