Nashville, TN (May 13, 2020)
Southern Gospel group, New Legacy Project, has announced that it will resume touring in June. The group has dates booked throughout Colorado, where some of the Covid-19 restrictions have been partially lifted.
Rick Price, New Legacy Project owner made the decision based on the many requests of the churches and fans. Of the June tour Price says, “I know it will be a challenge because we want to keep everyone safe and healthy, but we really feel God calling us back into the battle. We’ll take whatever precaution we are required to, and know that God will bless our message whether we sing to 10 spread-out concert-goers or 500.”
In other exciting news, New Legacy Project has ended their search for a new tenor. Michigan native, Chase Davis, has agreed to join the ministry. While fairly new to performing with a full time Southern Gospel group, Chase says it has been a “lifelong dream.”
A 2018 graduate of Bethel University, he performed in a local group while in college, and was privileged to run sound for the Jim Brady Trio for time. It was his beautiful soaring tenor voice that won him the coveted position with NLP, and his sweet and willing spirit that has endeared him to the group and their fans.
New Legacy Project is excited about their new line-up, and have been busy during their time off the road learning new music, getting some long-needed family time, and setting their vision for the balance of the year.
There have been no further changes to their tour schedule, and they are planning to be in Colorado both June and July, moving on to Michigan, Nebraska, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona as the year progresses.
Formerly the Blackwood Legacy, New Legacy Project is best known for their intricate harmonies, true Southern Gospel sound, and their homespun humor. They were honored in 2018 with nominations for both Fan Favorite and Breakthrough Artists of the Year at the prestigious Absolutely Gospel awards show in Nashville.