“Bridges” where the tune was born

My wife, Betsy, and I just spent 7 wonderful, restful days at Spring Canyon, a retreat center operated by Officers Christian Fellowship and located at just over 9,000 feet in the Colorado Rockies.  While there, I had the privilege of performing “Bridges”, a tune on the OTS CD that was written at Spring Canyon, for some recently returned soldiers.  OCF’s ministry is to active, reserve and retired military members, providing Bible studies, retreat facilities and other support at home and around the world. Mike Snavely of Mission:Imperative taught on creation vs. evolution and it was a real eye-opener.  If you’re interested in this very timely topic, click on the link above and check out some... READ MORE >>

Joebros Artists On The Side at YMCA Neighborhood Trunk ‘r’ Treat

Over 500 people turned out for the Walzem Road YMCA’s neighborhood outreach Trunk ‘r’ Treat event on October 29, 2011.  Entire families got to dress in their imaginative best and go through the YMCA’s vast parking lot collecting candy and treats!  As the festivities rolled on, On The Side, a six-piece group entertained the crowd with two hours of original, Christian, jazz standards and just plain fun tunes for the whole family. The Walzem Y hopes to make this an annual event to involve the community and show off its excellent, well-appointed facility, designed as a safe and state-of-the-art place for the whole family to stay in shape and participate in the life of the... READ MORE >>

Introducing Fundraiser in a Box

We’re very excited about a new way for Joebros to serve other ministries: the Fundraiser in a Box. With this product, your ministry just invites potential donors, tells them where and when and makes a presentation and the all-important “ask” – Joebros does the rest, including food, venue and music To get more information, email us at contact@joebros.org

Joebros Artists Swing The Family Fiesta

Joebros artists On The Side, with guests Brent Watkins of the South Texas Jazz Quartet on keys and Curtis Calderon of the Four Freshmen on trumpet, played to an appreciative crowd of hundreds on April 26th at the Colonial Hills United Methodist Church “Family Fiesta”, an official event of Fiesta San Antonio. Trading their normal mandolin licks for tasty trumpet lines gave a decidedly festive Fiesta feel to some of OTS’s crowd favorites like “Route 66”, “So Long, Self” and the original “Dancin’”. Tots were dancing up a storm, a great warmup to the Fire On The Mountain Cloggers, who followed OTS on the main stage. The Family Fiesta is a family-friendly event that has... READ MORE >>