A bluegrass gospel group featuring two longtime veterans of the Grand Ole Opry will play Sunday in Apison.
The Farm Hands Quartet, based in Nashville, will be in concert at 6:30 p.m. at Apison Baptist Church, 11127 Old East Brainerd Road.
The opry regulars in the quartet are Daryl Mosley and Tim Graves.
Mosley, a bass player and singer, has won multiple awards as a singer/songwriter, including the Southern gospel standard "(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All." For more than a decade, he led the celebrated bluegrass gospel group New Tradition. He recently completed 10 years performing on the Opry.
Playing the Dobro is Grammy Award winner Tim Graves. During his more than 30 years of performing professionally, Graves has spent 20 of them on the Opry. He has toured throughout the United States with his own group and is the reigning Dobro Player of the Year for the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America. He has held the distinction seven times.
Rounding out the foursome are guitarist/tenor singer Jody Elmore and banjoist and harmony vocalist Devon Avery.
The concert will feature new songs and gospel classics. There is no admission charge, but a love offering will be accepted.
For more information, call the church office at 236-4291 or email Pastor Bob Dasal at firstname.lastname@example.org.