Slight of Hand?

Written by Rob Appel

August 6, 2014

Thursday night at Conference I happened to wandered into the room, that the artists were using prior to their performances, just in time to see Ralph Mackintosh (front and center of the picture) show his skills at illusion and trickery.  The members of the band, Graveyards to Gardens, didn’t stand a chance.  First there was a card trick, followed by a dollar reversed in direction while the band member was holding it the whole time!

After a few laughs Ben Calhoun suggested a photo.  I had my camera and you now can see the whole group minus Josh Calhoun.

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In the picture from left to right front row:

Danielle Hazelton, Ben Blascoe (Citizen Way), David Blascoe (CW), Ralph, Gavin Buckland (Graveyards to Gardens), Jeremy Yap (GG) and John Waller.

Middle: Ben Calhoun (CW)

Back Row: Lance Greene, Pastor Paul Andries, Aaron Andries (GG), Eli Johnson (GG), and Pastor George Calhoun.

 

John Waller started the night out with a one hour set.  Graveyards to Gardens followed him with about 15 minutes of their original music.  Citizen Way finished the night with their top Christian Radio songs, Should’ve Been Me, Nothing Could (Ever Seperate US), and How Sweet the Sound.  They also included songs that faithful Citizen Way fans knew as well.  

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