Nashville quartet plays Southern gospel music Tuesday in Port Angeles
The Blackwood Legacy gospel ensemble — from left, Rick Price, Paul Secord, Hunter Sparkman and Luke Yates — will come from Nashville for a concert in Port Angeles on Tuesday.
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Admission is free to the 7 p.m. concert, in which the Nashville, Tenn.-based foursome will offer a mix of traditional songs — in the style of the Blackwood Brothers, one of the most famous names in gospel music history — along with a newer country gospel sound.
The Blackwood Legacy Quartet singers are bass Rick Price, originally a protege of the late Cecil Blackwood; Spokane native Luke Yates, the baritone; tenor Paul Secord; and the newest member, lead singer Hunter Sparkman, a Christian recording artist and musician from Nashville.
Performing since 2001, the Blackwood Legacy Quartet was signed to Mansion Records in 2010 and gives close to 250 concerts per year nationwide.
For more about Tuesday's event, phone First Christian Church at 360-457-7062, and to hear the group's music, visit www.TheBlackwoodLegacy.com.
Last modified: April 06. 2014 6:25PM