Rev 'N' Jane
The Rev was born in a small railroad town in Kentucky called Lebanon Junction. He cut his teeth on listening to fiddle playing, banjo picking and guitar music. He picked up the guitar while he was young, began to chord and later became a songwriter and still does the same today. Then while yet a teenager, the Rev moved to a part of Louisville, Ky. that was called Highland Park and began to learn from TV and Radio personalities such as Elvis Presley, Pat Boone, Fats Domino, etc. And then later on down the line has gotten involved in Christian comedy rap along with other genres of music. In the middle of all the genres of music that the Rev was involved in, he became a Christian and was called into the ministry. He pastored a church for a little over eighteen years. He and Jane worked side by side and now have been called into the evangelistic music ministry. They both are interdenominational Christian believers and will go to any believer's church to minister as the door is opened. Jane, like the Rev was also born in a small town but she was born in Lancaster, S.C. She was reared by her mother who was and still is a gifted pianist and organist. Jane began to learn how to play the piano at a very young age. She was taught mostly Classical music ( Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and others ). While in middle and high school, she played in the band. Her Senior year of high school, she was voted "Most Talented" by her peers and received the "Most Outstanding Band Member" Award voted on by the band members and given by the Rotary Club of Lancaster. After auditioning, she received a music scholarship to Winthrop College (now Winthrop University) in Rock Hill, S.C. Upon graduation from college, she returned to Lancaster where she assumed the role of assistant band director for three years before entering Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. where she later received a Masters Degree in Organ Performance. Since that time Jane has served several churches as organist, pianist and minister of music. The Rev's singing and Jane's instrumental accompaniment are a blending of two very different musical backgrounds into one very important message that we're trying to communicate ... it's all about Jesus and our wonderful Father who sent Him into the world to pay for our sins.