Nashville, TN (Jan. 2, 2020) — Long-running Southern Gospel group New Legacy Project has announced a new search for a tenor singer to replace the talented Paul Secord. Secord has traveled with the group for the past six years and has been a staple of their solid and dynamic program.

In addition to stunning crowds with his amazing range and tone, he is also a talented writer and arranger. His song “I’ll Stand,” performed with New Legacy Project, is one of the crowd favorites. A dedicated family man, Secord has made the decision to pursue a career that will allow him to spend more time at home with his beautiful wife and two growing daughters. While he hasn’t yet announced his future plans, we know it will be God-centered and creatively fulfilling.

NLP owner Rick Price says, “There is nothing more important than a man’s commitment to his family, and while we will miss Paul, we completely support his decision. It will take an amazing man to fill his shoes, but we know God has a plan for NLP and we can’t wait to see who He sends.”

Auditions for this full-time position will be held in the Nashville area in the coming weeks. Singers are encouraged to email a performance video or demo mp3, bio, and head shot to [email protected]. The group tours about 150 dates per year and relocation is not required.

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