In this concert video, award-winning gospel bluegrass singer Ricky Skaggs plays to an appreciative audience in his home state of Kentucky, at Nashville's Gibson Bluegrass Café. Skaggs and his bluegrass band, Kentucky Thunder, perform inspirational songs including "Walls of Time," "Seven Hillsides," "Get Up John," "Soldier of the Cross," "Hallelujah, I'm Ready to Go," "Waiting at the Gate," "Lead Me to the Rock" and "Voice from on High."
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Have you watched Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder: Soldier of the Cross yet? What did you think about it?