New Legacy Project in con­cert at First Chris­tian Church Feb. 11

Ripon Bulletin - - Local -

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.NewLe­ga­cyPro­

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.

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