features Dale Young on bass and vocals and Kip Calahan Young on vocals and guitar.
Dale retired after 21 years with the Navy Seabees. He started playing bass after he heard the Lords call. He is now working as an Engineering Equipment Operator for the US Border Patrol in Nogales, AZ.
Kip is an award winning Western singer/songwriter. She has been playing music since graduating high school in 1981. She is hostess at a family restaurant in Green Valley, AZ.
Dale and Kip are now committed to serving the Lord Jesus Christ through Christian music- sharing their testimonies and love for the Lord.
I was saved at the age of 11 on January 6, 1974. Born and raised in Frederick, Maryland, I grew up in a strong Christian family. My dad played the bass in honkytonks for years until one night he accepted the Lord after hearing a preacher on an AM radio station coming home one night after a show. Since that night he has been playing and singing for the Lord and is still playing today. I never did pick up the bass as a teenager and had some regret. In the year of 2009 the Lord was dealing with my life and what direction I needed to take to serve Him. For about two months the Holy Spirit was waking me up every morning around 2:00 AM. As a result, I picked up the bass guitar and started playing gospel music. It is such a great honor to serve the Lord and start a music ministry with my wife, Kip.
Born and raised in Glenwood Springs, Colorado I had a wonderful childhood. I went on the road and playing country music when I was 18 years old. Spent 6 years in the Nashville area and traveled throughout the United States and Japan. Moving to New Mexico in 1995 inspired me to start writing and singing “cowboy music” at many festivals throughout the U.S. I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to follow my dreams of playing music but I always felt like there was something missing in my life. At the suggestion of a friend I visited a church in southern Kentucky in my late 20’s. The Holy Spirit touched my heart and I was saved and baptized. Unfortunately, it wasn’t until I met Dale and stopped “playing church”. Meeting Dale has been a gift from God. Playing and singing gospel music has brought me more joy than I could have ever imagined.