Gold City announced today on Facebook that it has a new tenor singer. Thomas Nalley who has previously been with the LeFevre Quartet has joined the group. Here's the full press release below -
Thomas says, "I'm thrilled to be with such a legendary group who still carries the standard of great quartet music. The very first concert I ever went to was a Gold City concert. That night I remember telling Jonathan Wilburn I thought I might like to sing full-time, and I asked him about how to go about pursuing it. He directed me to the Singing News magazine! So, to now have the opportunity to stand on stage with this group is like I've come full circle. I know I have some big shoes to fill, following in the footsteps of some of the greatest tenors in gospel music who have sang with this group, like Brian Free and Jay Parrack to name just two. I'm greatly honored and humbled that God would see fit for me to find a home here with Gold City." Thomas adds that he's thankfully always been a Gold City fan, so he already knows most of their songs!
Daniel says the group is hard at work selecting songs for a much-anticipated new Gold City recording. "We've already met with our producer, Michael Sykes, and we are excited about making some new music for our fans." This project will be a follow-up to their highly acclaimed "Hymn Revival" project, of which their latest single, "Power of the Cross," currently sits at Number 9 on the Singing News radio chart.
Thomas' first date with Gold City will be Wednesday, August 26, at North Glencoe Baptist Church in Glencoe, AL.