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Concert at Mag’s Coffee Shop


Mag's CoffeeClarksville, TN – The band, Unnamed Servant, decided to stop at Mag’s Coffee Shop on Riverside Drive in Clarksville on Friday night as a last minute concert stop as the band makes it’s way to St. Louis and eventually on to the west coast.

The Owners of Mag’s Coffee Stop were contacted by the band early in the week about being the location for the concert and after a flurry of emails back and forth the date was set. Even with the last minute notice a couple dozen people were on hand to enjoy the performance.

Unnamed Servant

Unnamed Servant

After 10 years, 4 studio albums, extensive touring in the United States and around the world, Unnamed Servant has defied expectations by consistently offering a show that is high energy and profound.

As a band, Unnamed Servant is a collision of personalities and musical tastes that blend and combine for a common goal. Comprised of Gregg on guitar, Robert on bass, Skylar on guitar, and Paul on drums, the resulting sound catches your ear and the message might just change your life.

Gregg, Skylar, Robert and Paul don’t just play in a band together. They are partners in a much bigger cause; their lives are forever joined in the pursuit of educating, liberating and serving people around the world.

Unnamed Servant tirelessly serves as a voice for action. What action? The action it takes to wake up and live well. The action to take responsibility for your neighbor’s needs. The action to be advocates for the voiceless and servants to the nations. This call to action that unites Gregg, Robert, Skylar, and Paul connects the listener to a greater call, and if you listen, you might just be changed.

Co-Owner Ken Bradford wanted to thank his loyal customers for coming out to enjoy the last minute concert, “Thanks to all of Mag’s Coffee Shop’s loyal customers and friends for sharing this evening with us. Hopefully, we can get Unnamed Servant back again when they finish this tour.”

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6 Responses to “Concert at Mag’s Coffee Shop”

  1. Vagatai Says:
    May 14th, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    This is great! I love Unnamed Servant! Good times, good music, good people!

  2. andrewwolfe Says:
    May 14th, 2012 at 1:23 pm

    Great band, great message, and great times. These guys are such a blessing!

  3. jennyebert Says:
    May 14th, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    I love Unnamed Servant and their music. It is awesome they are able to be on the road and share their music and lives with so many people!!!

  4. meganfleeman Says:
    May 14th, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    Unnamed Servant is not only a talented group of individuals, but a band that truly serves their fans- I met them 8 years ago and their music has changed my life ever since! Not many bands have lyrics with depth like Unnamed Servant.

  5. toriroufs Says:
    May 14th, 2012 at 1:45 pm

    This is my favorite band. Their concerts not only make me jump and dance, but the spirit of God is so present that I never want to leave. The lyrics they sing penetrate my heart and make me evaluate my life and vocation. Thank you, UnNamed Servant, for serving the body in this way!

  6. stephencarver Says:
    May 14th, 2012 at 5:36 pm

    It’s a whole new concert experience when you find a band that sings about real world issues and also lives in a way that tries to solve them. Unnamed Servant is the best band in the world for that reason.
    “Here we go! Light of the world!”


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