Glory Way Quartet to perform in Keene

| June 4, 2015

KEENE – The Glory Way Quartet will perform at Keene United Methodist Church, located at 27100 CR 1, on Sunday, June 7 at 7 p.m.

Founded in 2002, owner and leader, Justin Crank of Mansfield, OH, formed the Glory Way Quartet. With a vision in mind and a dream that would be reality, his love for four-part harmony would inevitably come full circle. Crank believed that God would open a door, and with faith, he would walk right through it. Now, the Glory Way Quartet has been signed with Capitol Artists, a prestigious booking agency in the world of Southern Gospel entertainment. Leaving the borders of Ohio with an average of 200 concerts per year, the group books sometimes a year or more in advance. The group is no stranger to nationwide radio with several popular releases including, “It’s So Peaceful” and “Live with Jesus”. They hav4 participated in numerous NQC showcases down through the years, and in 2014, was nominated for the GME Top 10 for Quartet of the Year.

The quartet has shared the state with many household names and have headlined and helped launch important landmark fundraisers such as Autism Awareness and Celebrating Our US Veterans. Other numerous accolades include partnering in the “Is What It Was Elvis Show”, working alongside Elvis’ band leader, Joe Guercio. They are no stranger to outdoor events such as state fairs and festivals. The quartet also performed at the Columbus Clippers Baseball Faith and Family Night, as well as the “Thomas Road Baptist Show”. The group has recorded eight projects to date including a Christmas CD.

Presently, the group consists of Crank, Lynn Royce Taylor, Donnie Abraham, and Justin Sayger. While personnel changes over the years, the group boasts a lineup with seasoned ability to impress even the least of Southern Gospel music fans. Quickly becoming a household name among industry leaders, with a heart for the lost, integrity to go the extra mile, and a talent without limitations to share with all who will lend an ear.

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