The ‘Az One’ Gospel trio will perform in concert on Sunday, February 26, 4pm, benefiting Gloucester’s historic Universalist Meeting House (1805-06), celebrating Black History Month and 200 years at the corner of Church and Middle Street.
The ‘Az One’ Trio will stir your soul and rock your boat with their unique blend of Gospel with Jazz that is full of tenderness, vocal prowess and humor. The singing is peppered with playful dialogue and audience participation that is a sheer joy to experience. Come celebrate Black History Month with vocalists Gordon Michaels, Darlene Wynn and James Early.
They have been described as: ‘a powerful and blessed trio that delivers the word through song in a peaceful relaxed format where all can enjoy the music of the Negro Spirituals, Traditional and Contemporary gospel music.’
The concert will benefit the Bicentennial and Restoration Funds. The Meeting House, Gloucester’s oldest standing church, has fine acoustics and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Known today as the Independent Christian Church, Unitarian Universalist, its steeple has been a stately landmark and guide to mariners for over 200 years.
General admission at the door is $15 ($10 seniors/$5students) via cash or check. Doors will open at 3:15PM.
For additional information you may also call the church office at 978-283-3410.