Pastor goes from rock music to chapel music
Chapel Worship Pastor gets a write up in the Northwest Florida Daily News
Pastor Goes From Rock Music to Chapel Music
“He knew I was playing in bars and asked me to play at the chapel. I told him I didn’t know any Christian music.”
Bill Evett grew up in a family of singers and musicians in Maryland. His mother and grandmother were singers and his dad was in a band.
It was only natural that Evett would also play in bands beginning when he was young.
However, to make a stable living, he went into medical sales.
When Evett took early retirement, he moved from Nashville to the beach and began playing his guitar, singing at bars and festivals up and down 30A.
Eleven years ago, however, Evett had a life-changing experience.
At one time, Seaside Chapel had a worship band when Jeff Miller was the pastor.
“He knew I was playing in bars and asked me to play at the chapel. I told him I didn’t know any Christian music,” remembered Evett…