Wayfaring Stranger' Southern Raised Bluegrass

Wayfaring Stranger' Southern Raised Bluegrass

In this video from Southern Raised Bluegrass, the band sings the song ‘Wayfaring Stranger’ by Johnny Cash.


“I'm just a poor wayfaring stranger, traveling through this world below
There is no sickness, no toil, nor danger in that bright land to which I go
I'm going there to see my Father and all my loved ones who've gone on
I'm just going over Jordan, I'm just going over home”

The main singer’s rich, deep voice resembles the baritone voice of Johnny Cash, and his rendition of this song is loved by many.

“I have loved this song and have heard so many renditions…this beats them all,” comments one fan on YouTube. “I just love y'all so much! I pray God's richest and mightiest blessings upon y'all.”

“I absolutely love your music and get blessed by our heavenly Father every time I listen to your albums,” writes another person on YouTube. “God bless you all and I pray your ministry endures for a long time.”

Southern Raised is a “group of award-winning kinfolk, trained in classical music but raised in the bluegrass soaked Ozark Mountains. They have created a Southern Raised trademark sound where classical meets bluegrass and city streets meets country roads.”

The members of the group are “committed to the Lord, each other, and bringing their music to the people.” Southern Raised has been described as having “a warmth and realness about them that draws you in, making them one of the best, most unique sounds on the scene. They have the
distinct ability to cross genres, winning the hearts of all who hear them."

It is great to see this group continue to make music and use their gifts to glorify the Lord. They are all so talented, and it is wonderful that they can use their passions to bring joy to the lives of others!