XENIA — The bluegrass concert with Dayton’s best-loved bluegrass gospel group, the Grace Brothers re-scheduled for 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 12, weather permitting, at the Southside Church of God, 205 Lake St.
Formed in 1985, the Grace Brothers have opened for the Southern-Aires, Principles and the Sullivan Family. They have sung at the Baxter Opry in Tennessee and played with bluegrass great Larry Sparks. Ken Gentry, Larry Polly, Ed Crago and Denver Jones make up the Grace Brothers who have been on television and sung at numerous churches and festivals in Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana and Virginia. Church regulars Tom Curtis, Travis Howard and Pastor Joe Sweet will also be singing.
Admission is free. An offering will be received. Pastor Sweet welcomes everyone to attend. For more information call Pastor Sweet at 937-453-2209.