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Since 2011 ... Travelling Coast to Coast

The multi-award winning group MARK209 has been singing for audiences across the United States since 2011, with appearances ranging from presidential and television to opry and church platforms. Together, the approachable group of Christian country vocalists draw from their unique blend of voices to create a harmony which leaves an indelible mark of musical excellence on listeners, whether newcomer or longtime fan.


MARK209 — Nathaniel Justice, Jym Howe, Josh Pope, Roger Golden, and Joe Lee Armstrong— carries the honor of Christian Country Group of the Year for four years as well as the Fan Favorite Group of the Year. They regularly have songs on the national charts including their number one on the Christian Country Music chart with the song "My Kinda People."


MARK209's dynamic brand of Christian and Country music has become a hallmark and distinction for the group, endearing them to thousands of fans across the nation through personal appearances, radio interviews, and television appearances. The group's name, MARK209, comes from mile marker 209 on I-40 in Tennessee, the crossroad for the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Ryman Auditorium, Music Row and much more. It's the heart of Nashville and where all roads lead to home base for this versatile group. With the goal of reaching hearts through music, MARK209 continues to entertain all ages, paving a legacy with proven staying power.

Grand View Baptist Church in Beavercreek, Oregon is the venue for the Mark209 2024 concert in Oregon. This will be Mark209's first tour on their new Yellow Bus 3.0, fresh from the paint shop, beautifully updated, and proudly bearing the distinction of being the very last Eagle* to roll off the assembly line. Please plan on seeing our dear friends Mark209 and Yellow Bus on Friday, May 10, 2024. Concert begins at 7 PM, but come early for the best seats. 

Love offering concert - No ticket required


Grand View Baptist Church​

14855 S Leland Rd - Beavercreek, OR 97004

* In case you didn't know, Silver Eagle and other tour buses have carried Gospel music and musicians across America since the original Blackwood Brothers. While working together, J D Sumner and James Blackwood put a number of innovative ideas into play. A tour bus is now the standard mode of travel for the vast majority of traveling musicians in most genres of music, not just Southern Gospel. Sumner and Blackwood were the first to customize a bus for group travel. A replica of that bus is now on display at the Gospel Music Hall of Fame.

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