Jim Ricketts And Chrystle Elam Appearances Announced

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Here are upcoming performances by Jim Ricketts and Chrystle Elam:

Tuesday, April 2

BoJangle's Restaurant

Athens, TN.

6:30 PM EST

1888 South Congress Pkwy


Friday, April 5

Foster Falls Community Bldg.

Foster Falls, Tn

6:00 PM CST

8484 Hwy 150


Saturday, April 6

Bread of Life Mission

Crossville, Tn.

7:00 PM CST

281 4th Street


Sunday, April 7

Mercy Baptist Church

Grandview, TN.

11:00 AM EST

Hwy 68


Sunday, April 7

Eagle Furnace Baptist

Rockwood, TN.

6:00 PM EST

159 Eagle Point Drive


Monday, April 8

Rafael's Restaurant

Ooltewah, Tn.

6:30 PM EST

"JR & Friends Program"

5032 Ooltewah Ringgold Rd #7


Tuesday, April 9

Pizza King Restaurant

Pikeville, Tn.

5:30 PM CST

3729 Main St


Sunday, April 14

Lusk Church of God

Pikeville, Tn.

11:00 AM EST

Old York Hwy


Sunday, April 14

Frostbite House of Prayer

Spring City, Tn.

6:00 PM EST

10161 Summer City Road


Monday, April 15

Hardee's Restaurant

Wartburg, Tn.

6:00 PM EST

1122 Knoxville Hwy


Tuesday, April 16

Monteagle Diner

Monteagle, Tn.

6:30 PM CST

740 West Mail Street


Wednesday, April 17

Dalton Trade Center

Dalton, Ga.

7:00 PM EST

Dug Gap Battle Road


Sunday, April 21

Bethel Baptist Church

Harriman, Tn.

11:00 AM EST

1450 Oakdale Hwy


Sunday, April 21

Calvary Baptist Church

Ricevile, Tn.

6:00 PM EST

115 County Rd 78


Friday, April 26

Judy Quinn Homecoming

Rossville, Ga.

S Rossville Park


Saturday, April 27

Victory Missionary Baptist Church

Madisonville, tn.

7:00 PM EST

535 Warren Street


Sunday, April 28

Summer City Church of God

Dayton, Tn.

11:00 AM EST

2621 Kiuka Road


Sunday, April 28

Jesus is The Way Baptist Church

Dalton Ga.

6:00 PM EST

South 41




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