About Bridging The Gap
We play for an audience of ONE, but everybody else is welcome to listen and join in too. Jesus will always be there. We like to have Church. We like it when other people get something from the Lord out of what we try to give Him. We are just as happy to play whatever we can to help someone else as we are to play our own favorite songs
The dear lady in this group always wanted to be in a rock and roll band, she just didn't realize that she would have to give birth to most of the members. For her, Bridging The Gap has been a labor of love from the beginning
I'm the middle-aged guy in the picture. Together, my two sons and I make a really fun teenage garage band, meaning that when we jam, they're 17 and 18, and I'm 49-teen. I try to make a joyful noise on any available object. Although I prefer actual musical instruments, I will improvise when none are available; my primary instrument being a 1989 American Stratocaster that my wife bought me brand new as an early Christmas present when she was carrying our firstborn, the bass player
That's us, Bridging The Gap Gospel Band. I sing. My wife sings. Our daughter sings and does some other pretty amazing things, including sign language. Everyone in the family plays keyboards, but we hardly ever use it in our live performances. We're a little out of the ordinary. We do several genres, including blues, Southern Gospel, hymnal favorites, swing, R & B, Contemporary Worship, Praise Choruses, Rock, and even Rap.