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From its inception in 1981, "Legacy Quartet" has maintained its style in the Southern Gospel tradition. The unique harmony, the joy and spirit in which they sing, and the songs they have chosen with much variety, depth, and meaning, create loyal audiences wherever they perform.

Legacy's goal is that through their singing ministry, people will be uplifted, encouraged, entertained, and most importantly, through the Holy Spirit, brought to a decision to serve Christ.

Legacy's ministry throughout the U.S. has enabled them to sing in a wide variety of places including churches, banquets, retreats, athletic events, high schools, colleges, universities, radio and television, municipal auditoriums, malls, fairs, resorts, political events, fund raising events, business events, and for the U.S. Army.

Venues include:
6 tours of South Korea (sang at the largest church in the world with 200,000 in weekly attendance), the U.S. Army and Joint Chiefs of Staff in South Korea
3 tours of Australia, The Great Hall of the Parliament of Australia
Canada, Cuba and extensively throughout the western U.S.

In April of 2015, Steve Taylor, baritone, will sing opera as soloist in Carnegie Hall in New York.
In May of 2015, Legacy has been invited to sing in Washington, D.C. for the National Day of Prayer.

Legacy's members are:
James Baumgardner, lead
Doug Filter, tenor
Steve Taylor, baritone
Norm Huxman, bass