Great artists take numerous musical styles and influences, add their own talents and personality, and create a unique sound all their own. Sacred Harmony personifies that. With a sound unlike any other group in Gospel music, the Tennessee-based trio is breaking through barriers with their blended style.
With well over a decade of ministry behind them, Sacred Harmony has seen God do some mighty things in their lives and in their music. In 2016, they signed with Butler Music Group in Nashville, TN. Soon after that, they began work on a new project, Believe, which is proving to be a breakout album for the group. They partnered with Grammy award winners and Gospel music icons, the Fairfield Four, to record the song, “Bury The Workman.” Much like that song, the entire album highlights the abilities of Sacred Harmony to glean from other genres while making a song their own.
Over the last few years, the trio has been blessed to perform at numerous major events across the nation. In the fall of 2016, Sacred Harmony performed at the American Gospel Celebration hosted by Pastor John Hagee. Because of their crossover appeal, they have even been invited to sing for sold crowds with artists such as Larry Gatlin and TG Sheppard. They have led worship in large contemporary cathedrals and at small country churches. “Our passion is not where we sing but rather who we sing about. Our goal is to impact people wherever God opens the door, to share the love of His son Jesus Christ,” stated Janet Weaver.
In 2017, Sacred Harmony was honored to take home the "Sunrise Trio of the Year" award at the SGN Scoops Diamond Awards. They were also nominated in the Top 5 for "Video of the Year."
With so many blessings behind them, it’s what the future holds that has them most excited. “We are excited to see the doors that the Lord is opening. We truly appreciate each church, each concert, and each person that we are blessed to worship with,” stated Brian Scott.