“That’s What He Said” Concert 

“Rescheduled from April 15 to May 6 because of weather”

Dave Rowley, Ryan Sather and St. Joseph’s Holy Rollers Presents “That’s what He said” Concert

The Arts at St. Joseph welcomes Dave Rowley and Ryan Sather in concert with St. Joseph’s Holy Rollers, Sunday, May 6 as they present “That’s what He said”–when the message of the King of Kings crosses musical paths with the disciples of Rock & Roll! The free concert will begin at 4:30 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 1305 Okoboji Ave., Milford, Iowa. A reception follows in the Parish Center. A Free Will Donation will be accepted. Dave and Ryan, along with the St. Joseph Holy Rollers will unite their vocal and instrumental talents in bringing a high energy program of contemporary music. The two groups will join together to share their inspiring message of God’s love, hope, joy and peace.

Dave Rowley and Ryan Sather are popular Lakes area entertainers. The duo has been together for more than a decade performing in many different venues, garnering a large following of fans. Sather and Rowley will share vocals with the Holy Rollers. Instrumentally, Ryan will be on keyboard while Dave will switch between guitar, harmonica and ukulele for the concert.

The Holy Rollers have blessed St. Joseph Catholic Church with their affirming song and music since 2011. The Contemporary Music group includes Jennifer Johnson, Karess Knudtson, Tyler Pederson, Greg Forney, Tim Schumacher, and until just recently, Brian Moore. “Love has no boundaries” explains Jennifer Johnson. ”Jesus spoke unendingly about love…sharing, feeling and acting with love…to everyone no matter who they are. The songs we play (St. Joseph Holy Rollers) teach us how to care for others. Love transcends all belief and harmony together is the ultimate goal.”

Jennifer Johnson is the founding director of the Holy Rollers. Jennifer serves as Director of Music for St. Joseph’s as well a piano instructor in the Lakes area. Johnson will be pianist for the performance. Providing vocals for “That’s what He said” concert will be Karess Knudtson and Tyler Pedersen. Karess is an Environmental Educator and mixed media artist. She is actively involved in music at St. Joseph and area events. Pedersen will be on Bass Guitar as well as vocals. Tyler is the Spirit Lake High School Instrumental Music Teacher. Greg Forney, retired Instrumental Music Instructor, will be on drums. Greg leads and performs in the Dick Bauman Big Band and plays percussion for Okoboji Summer Theater musicals. Tim Schumacher will join in with vocals and the guitar. Schumacher is a Wartburg College Adjunct Music Professor, Emmet County Supervisor, Artistic Director and Conductor of Many Voices Choir.

‘The Arts at St. Joseph’ is proud to host “That’s what He said” with Dave Rowley, Ryan Sather in concert with St. Joseph’s Holy Rollers as part of our series of sacred arts presentations. We are grateful to our corporate sponsors: The Patrice and Rita Leary Foundation and United Community Bank.