Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Jeremy Peace Joins LeFevre Quartet

The LeFevre Quartet announced via Facebook yesterday that Jeremy Peace has joined them at tenor. Jeremy has been with the Kingsmen and most recently The Old Paths.

Here's the full release from the group's Facebook page -

Mike LeFevre of The LeFevre Quartet announces Jeremy Peace as new tenor. “We are thrilled to have Jeremy Peace serving in the tenor position with the LeFevre Quartet. Jeremy has an impressive history in Southern Gospel music. His sincere heart for ministry and powerful tenor voice make him a wonderful addition to The LeFevre Quartet.”

Jeremy stated, “It’s a privilege to now stand on stage with one of my heroes, Mike LeFevre, ministering in song and delivering the Word of God when the opportunity arises. My wife and I were immediately at peace with the decision to join the ministry of LeFevre Quartet. We realized this was the door the Lord had opened for us to walk through, enabling me to minister to a lost and hurting world. My passion has always been great quartet singing, and after singing with Mike and his quartet, I've quickly discovered they are a group full of talented, humble personalities with a drive to be the very best they can be to further the message and the music. I'm honored to be a part of such an amazing group!”

Thomas Nalley resigned the position, due to a medical condition. Since that time, Thomas has completely recovered, and is currently serving with the group in a non-singing capacity. Thomas commented, “While we don't always understand why things happen the way they do, I am convinced that His ways are perfect!"

Please join us in welcoming Jeremy to LQ and in praising God for Thomas' miracle!

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1 comment:

  1. When the original news broke, I was wondering what had happened to Thomas Nalley. It sounds like another Steven Cooper situation, unfortunately. I hope Thomas will still be able to sing at least casually, if not for an hour and a half every night! I wonder if he will continue to travel with the group full-time, long-term, and what his duties will be... perhaps LQ will get a live band themselves??


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