The Annie Moses Band is making Grovetown's New Hope Worship Center one of 12 stops in its holiday tour.
The band, which hails from Nashville, Tenn., is comprised of six siblings and their parents, and is named after the siblings' great-grandmother, Annie Moses.
"With a background in classical music, the Annie Moses Band members include brothers and sisters Annie (Wolaver), lead vocalist and violinist; Alex, vocalist and violinist; Benjamin, cellist; Gretchen, background vocals, harpist and keyboardist; Camille, background vocals, composer, arranger and pianist; and Robin, lyricist and vocalist," said Diane McDaniel, the tour publicist.
The Grovetown show is slated for Friday and will feature classic carols and holiday favorites. The tour, billed as the Christmas, Bright and Beautiful Tour, began Thursday in Waco, Texas, and is scheduled to end Dec. 23 in Blountville, Tenn.
"The Annie Moses Band is a group of Juilliard School of Music-trained individuals, all from the same family, where each one ... comes together and transcends musical boundaries to find greater harmony," according to a news release by Hoganson Media Relations.
"The Annie Moses Band ... is imaginative and attentive to classic traditions, but yet is accessible to it all."
The concert at New Hope is free. It begins at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
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