New Legacy Project in concert at First Christian Church Feb. 11
The Nashville-based New Legacy Project will be in concert on Sunday, Feb. 11, at 6 p.m. at the First Christian Church, 1125 North Union Road at Louise Avenue in Manteca.
Admission is free to this communitywide, non-denominational event. A freewill offering will be
received for the group. For more information contact the church at 209.624.3671 or go to www.NewLegacyProject.com
Formerly known as the Blackwood Legacy Quartet, this powerful group blend the best of traditional Southern Gospel with today’s newer Country Gospel for a unique mix that pleases audiences of all ages.
In 2016, the group was featured at the prestigious Fanny Cosby Memorial Concert, televised live from Nashville across the US.
They recently released their newest radio single, God of the Empty Grave and it is being met with great reviews. Group owner and bass singer, Rick Price, was originally a protégée of the late Cecil Blackwood of Blackwood Brothers fame, and began his 40-year career singing with the Blackwood Brothers in 1977. Price was honored with induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame with the legendary group in 1998.
Spokane native Luke Yates sings baritone with the group, and is also an accomplished pianist and Nashville recording artist.
Tenor singer Paul Secord, formerly a featured singer for Disney World, and a sought-after performer and song writer, is one of the most talented in Gospel Music today.
Lead singer, Hunter Sparkman, is a versatile Christian recording artist, writer and musician from Nashville.
The newest member, John Hilton, has been a featured performer in the Branson arena.
Performing since 2001, New Legacy Project continues the grand tradition of gospel music, performing nearly 200 dates annually nationwide.
The New Legacy Project will perform in Manteca on Sunday, Feb. 11, at 6 p.m. at the First Christian Church.