CASA GRANDE — United Methodist Church of Casa Grande will host the New Legacy Project musical group at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Formerly known as Blackwood Legacy, Nashville-based New Legacy Project blends an edgy southern-gospel sound with contemporary worship while staying true to their gospel calling.
The group tours the country ministering with more than 200 shows a year.
New Legacy Project was founded by Rick Price, who began his 40-year music career as part of the Blackwood Brothers Quartet. He was later inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame with the Grammy- and Dove-award-winning group.
Price continued Blackwood Legacy after the death of founding member Cecil Blackwood. In 2017, the group was renamed New Legacy Project.
“New Legacy Project will carry on with the same anointed music, the same phenomenal sound, the same great men of God, and the same amazing ministry. Known for their amazing harmonies, homespun humor and impeccable delivery, the group will continue to tour the U.S., ministering wherever God opens the door,” the group’s website says.
Price is the group owner, emcee and singer. Other members include singers Luke Yates, Paul Secord, Hunter Sparkman and John Hilton.
The Jan. 21 event features harmonies, musicianship, comedy and worship. Admission is free. United Methodist Church of Casa Grande is at 1515 N. Trekell Road.