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Old Paths Quartet bring number one songs to Winona

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 WINONA (KYTX) - The Old Paths Quartet, who have recently been honored to have not one, but two number one songs at the top of the Singing News Top 80 chart, will be appearing in concert at First Baptist Church of Winona. The event will be  Friday at 7:00 p.m.

Old Paths Quartet has seen their audience and their influence steadily climb with each passing year. The group was formed in Douglasville, Georgia in 2003 by Douglas Roark and Jeremy Rackley.
 
In December of 2012, they had their first number one song, "Battle Stand", followed a few months later by their second number one with their current single, "God's Great".
 
In addition to Roark and Rackley, the group is joined on stage by tenor Jeremy Peace, formerly of the Kingsmen and bass singer Daniel Ashmore. When the group does a segment of live music in their programs, Peace can be found at the piano or bass guitar joined by their sound engineer Jeremy Chupp on drums. Ashmore also plays the tenor saxophone.
 
 
For more information, contact Pastor Watson at 214-862-1069 or TWCRM@aol.com
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