Whether you're religious or not, gospel music should take up a smidgen of your music library’s memory.
Tonight at Knuckleheads, one of Kansas City’s well-known gospel nights celebrates its third year of success with a Christmas party.
“The Gospel Lounge has been here three years now, and the changes are amazing,” says Frank Hicks, Knuckleheads' owner.
“It started with Pastor Carl Butler and myself thinking this would be great to have a place where folks could come in, listen to some gospel and secular music, and hear that God loves them, whether they have a beer in their hand or not. That it's what’s in their hearts that matters.”
The Gospel Lounge’s fanbase has increased over the years.
“Attendance has grown several times over the last three years," Hicks says. "We also have guest appearances each week. Some local and some national acts.”
The Gospel Lounge Christmas Party starts at 6 p.m. There's no cover, and the music comes from Outlaw Jim, the Rumblejetts, Brother Bagman, Dave Nace, the Bullhaulers, Levee Town, and others.