Nashville, Tennessee – Sarah Davison, manager of the award winning female Gospel group, HIGHROAD, is excited to announce two new members. Having just played a New Year’s Eve concert with Vincent and Dailey this year just keeps getting better and better. The two newest members, Kinsey Kapfhammer and Kristen Bearfield, have extensive resumes in music already and the three have been writing for a new project as well as touring across the country. Kinsey will be a vocalist and playing acoustic guitar while Kristen will sing and play mandolin, bango and guitar. Sarah will continue her role as keyboard player and vocalist.
Sarah Davison stated, “I’m excited that God has led our group further and further as He sees fit, placing each of us exactly where He wants us to be. HIGHROAD’s ministry all belongs to Him anyway and we are just thankful to be doing what He has called us to do.”
Kinsey Kapfhammer was born in Louisville, Kentucky and moved to Nashville seven years ago to pursue a career in music. Her experience in the field of music is extensive and varied having led worship in Middle and High School at Southeast Christian Church and Middletown Christian Church. She was the worship leader for Crossroad Missions based in Louisville working in Eastern Kentucky for 10 years and still going in the summers. Kinsey sang the Star Spangled Banner at the Dodgers Stadium and three times for the Cincinnati Reds. She has toured in European countries such as Scotland, England, Norway, Denmark, and more. Opening for various acts such as Mark Chesnutt, Colt Ford, Craig Morgan, as well as singing with The Time Jumpers and Vince Gill. She has performed at numerous NHL Predators games.
Kristen Bearfield studied Praise & Worship Ministries at Liberty University, and graduated from East Tennessee State University with a major in Marketing and a minor in Bluegrass & Country Music Studies. Early proponents of her music included her great Uncle Clarence “Tater” Tate, who played bass and fiddle for the great Bill Monroe for many years. Kristen has played with Country and Gospel Music Hall of Fame Member Jimmy Fortune, The Hurleys for seven years, and with Adam Steffey for two years who is a five time Grammy Winner, and voted Mandolin Player Of The Year, an unprecedented 11 times by the International Bluegrass Music Association. While in college, Kristen worked as a publicist on the Zac Brown Band Tour for one year and currently works as an Artist Relations Consultant for Fishman Amplification where she has been for the past 4 1/2 years.
Kristen said, “I am thrilled to be partnering in ministry with HIGHROAD, and looking forward to seeing what the Lord has in store for 2016.”
You can learn more about HIGHROAD by going to http://www.highroadmusic.com .
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