Justin Reynolds Band
The Princeton Optimist Club is excited to announce a brand new activity scheduled for Black Patch this year. The club will sponsor a 3-hour concert featuring the Justin Reynolds Band on Black Patch Saturday, September 9th from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. on West Court Square.
Justin Reynolds is a native of Trigg County. He and his wife Ashley have been married for nine years and have two sons, Bentley and Emerson, and a daughter, Everleigh, due to arrive in a few weeks. He owns his own construction business where he offers roofing and construction services in Trigg, Caldwell, Lyon and Christian counties. Justin is passionate about his music and is self-taught on numerous instruments. He enjoys writing his own music when time allows and loves to perform at festivals, marinas and private parties such as wedding receptions. Justin also has a great appreciation of the outdoors. He is an avid hunter and fisherman and runs a hunting guide service in Donaldson Creek by the name of Fatneck Outdoors. He and his family love the Lord and worship at First Baptist Church in Princeton.
L.J. Granstaff, a native of Princeton, covers guitar and vocals in the Justin Reynolds Band. He and his wife Amber have been married for seven years. They have a son, Lathan, and a daughter, Olivia. L.J. works for Music Central of Hopkinsville and has been playing music since the age of 13. He played with the signed Christian group, Hearts of Saints, for eight years and continues to play at his church.
Zach Northup plays drums in the Justin Reynolds Band. A native of Christian County, he grew up playing drums and guitar with his church. He has three children, Michael, Alissa and Paisley.
Larry Granstaff of Princeton will be playing bass with the band. While he was born in Kentucky, Larry has seen most of the world and can proudly call himself "a Square-knot sailor x 2." "What a long, strange journey is has been," he said. Larry and his wife Debbie have been married for 42 years and have three great sons and many wonderful grandchildren.
The Princeton Optimist Club is proud to present The Justin Reynolds Band at this year's Black Patch Festival. This highly talented group will share a wide variety of country, oldies, gospel and many other musical types. Look the band up on Facebook and make plans to come out and enjoy the free concert at Black Patch.