The Josties make tour stop in Kalispell

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The Josties (Courtesy photo)

Family band The Josties will perform in Kalispell at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13, at the Flathead Valley Cowboy Church.

The Josties are a family band from Southern Alberta who bring a blend of acoustic country/folk and light contemporary music along with humor and a desire to exalt the faithfulness of Jesus Christ. They have toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Canada.

The band has 12 members: Dale and Lisa Jost, along with Josiah, Audrey, Emily, Joel, Jeremiah, Joseph, Joshua, Amy-Joy, Hannah-Grace and Judah. The group has been touring and performing together for 10 years.

For more information and to hear samples of the group’s music, visit http://www.josties.com.

The Flathead Valley Cowboy Church is located at 3171 U.S. 93 N. For more information on the concert, visit http://www.flatheadvalleycowboychurch.com or call 406-752-4141.

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