Gospel Hall of Famer Joins Master Peace
December 3, 2009
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., (christiansunite.com) -- Master Peace is pleased to announce the addition of tenor Wallace Nelms. Wallace joins founding member and Baritone Brian Morse and Lead Doug Stroup who joined the group this summer. "It's hard to imagine a more qualified or nicer person for this position," Brian stated.
Most notably Wallace served as tenor for Hovie Lister & The Statesmen Quartet from 1994 until Hovie's death in 2001 and the retirement of the Statesmen name. He was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1998 and has appeared in many of the Gaither Homecoming videos.
Wallace is an accomplished pianist, a BMI affiliated writer, a composer, and motivator in the Gospel Music field. He has a music degree from ETSU and owns and operates a recording studio in his hometown of Kingsport, TN. Wallace is active in The Gideon's International having held several organizational positions.
Wallace is married to Nancy and they have two children, David and Anthony and 9 grandchildren. Wallace will join the group for the 2010 House of Hope tour and his first concert will be New Year's Eve. Wallace states, "I feel God has put me where He wants me to serve, singing tenor with Brian and Doug is going to be exciting and another chance for me to get back into the main-stream of the greatest music in the world. I ask my friends to put Master Peace on your prayer list and pray that God will use us to our maximum ability to see souls saved and Christians uplifted by our singing."
Master Peace is a male Christian vocal group that performs in churches, festivals and fairs. To find out more visit their website at www.masterpeaceministries.org.