REV. KELVIN C. QUINCE & THE RECONCILIATION BAND
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The First Presbyterian Church of Stirling

158 Central Avenue

Stirling, New Jersey 07933

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On March 12, 2017, at 2:00 p.m., The First Presbyterian Church of Stirling will present Rev. Kelvin C. Quince & The Reconciliation Band. This will be the seventh in the Church’s concert series for the 2016 – 2017 season. Admission, as always, is free. A short reception will follow the concert at which attendees may meet the performer. Refreshments will be served.

The Reconciliation Band 2016-17 is a new project on the horizon of jazz/gospel. The Reconciliation sound is one of newness with pulsating groove type rhythms. Kelvin Quince Composer/ Preacher/Pianist leads the group with the vision of preaching the gospel to the children of God and all humanity. As a contemporary creative artists Christian Band, they try to keep the focus on "Love for All Mankind". Although, the music is original you can still hear the great legendary influences of music from John Coltrane to Stevie Wonder...and a tinge of "Chaka Kahn".

Silky Carter- Lowe/ Vocalist from Newark, NJ brings a broad range of vocal and musical influential/experience to the group...opera singer, music educator, and gospel/R&B artist...she prefers not to be categorized for the representation of artistic freedom, however, Silky Carte-Lowe's voice displays feelings of intense testimony and performance experience, exhibiting savvy vocal stylings with powerful expression and sensitivity.

Don Maloy -Trumpeter from Cleveland, Ohio brings a straight-ahead jazz, neo/soul, alternative sound to the group, with inflections of a Miles Davis and Lee Morgan ...Don Maloy is a bandleader/composer who clearly is exploring new sounds on the trumpet and embraces a challenging approach to The Reconciliation Band concept..." like Joshua in the battle of Jericho".

Ed Ellis - Bassist who grew up in East Harlem, NY exhibits confident, soulful- solid bass playing Ellis is an excellent freelance bassist who performs regularly through-out the metropolitan Tristate area also as a formidable bassist in professional local bands in New Jersey.

Eric J. Blue "aka" Blue - Drummer from Paterson NJ has traveled across the U.S. performing with top professional singers and R&B bands...Blue is known for his progressive yet soulful rhythmic driving style in the music. He is highly experienced in backing great singers and vocal groups and has provided music arrangements for several professional performing artists.

For more information, go to www.fpcstirling.org or call the First Presbyterian Church of Stirling at (908) 647 - 1033.

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