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MasterPeace Quartet to perform in Milano

Gospel group to play May 11 at Civic Center


The Masterpeace Quartet will perform on May 11th at the Milano Civic Center. Quartet members include Scott Williams, Jason Miller, Glenn Cruey and Josh Wallace. Tickets are available from the Milano Senior Citizens. The Masterpeace Quartet will perform on May 11th at the Milano Civic Center. Quartet members include Scott Williams, Jason Miller, Glenn Cruey and Josh Wallace. Tickets are available from the Milano Senior Citizens. The MasterPeace Quartet, a Southern music gospel group, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the civic center in Milano.

Advance tickets are $10 for adults, $15 for a family and $5 for children. There is no charge for preschool children. Advance tickets may be purchased from Milano Senior Citizen AD Lagrone or R.L. Shafer. Ticket prices will be slightly higher at the door.

Quartet members include Scot t Williams of Rockdale, Jason Miller of Killeen, Glenn Cruey of The Woodlands and Josh Wallace of Temple.

Williams organized The Messenger Quar tet in 2001 and released “After I Bow” in 2005. The song debuted at number 46 on the U.S. Gospel Music Top 100. Today, he is the lead voice with The MaterPeace Quartet.

Miller was named to the allstate school choir two consecutive years and is one of the top tenors in Texas. He previously sang with The New Vision Quartet, Southern Harmony, and The Messenger Quartet.

Cruey, a native of El Paso, has a double major in music and engineering, plays piano, and sings bass. He formed The Gospel Truth Quartet in the 1970’s, singing bass, playing piano, and writing and arranging songs. He became part of The MasterPeace Quartet in 2009.

Wallace grew up on traditional hymns and quartet-style music in Killeen. He has played in groups such as The Messenger Quartet, The Trinity Trio, Bethel Singers, and The Circle of Faith, since he was 17. In addition to singing, Wallace plays bass, rhythm, and lead guitar, drums, and some piano.

“Our combined years in experience, hard work and dedication and unique vocal blend, is sure to create new friendships wherever we go,” Williams said. “ We f ully intend to present, through our music, the message of our Christ, and to offer for your enjoyment, songs that are sure to bring tears of joy, laughter, and an opportunity for you to be part of our ministry.”

For more information, call 512-455-3420 or 512-455-9232.


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