Nashville-based quartet presenting free concert in Center


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Ground-breaking Nashville-based New Legacy Project will be live in concert at 7 p.m. on Sunday, June 13, at Center United Methodist Church.

Formerly the Blackwood Legacy, they are best known for their intricate harmonies, true Southern Gospel sound, and homespun humor. They were recently honored with nomination for both Fan Favorite and Breakthrough Artists of the year at the prestigious AGA awards show in Nashville.

New Legacy is led by Rick Price, who spent much of his 40-year career with the Grammy and Dove Award winning Blackwood Brothers, and who was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame with the legendary quartet.

Price says, "In 40 years of Gospel music, this is the finest group I have ever been a part of. Not only are they great singers and musicians, they are wonderful Christian men.”

New Legacy is currently charting on radio with its latest singles "God of the Empty Grave" and "Come To The Water." Their latest musical project, “Doxology,” is also being met with rave reviews across the U.S.

Center United Methodist Church is located at 387 S. Broadway. Admission is free, and they recommend people come early for best seating. This is a non-denominational, non-ticketed event. If there are required social distancing practices, they will be observed. For more information, call the church at 719-384-4723.

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