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Gospel trailblazers

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, a group that combines 21st-century ideas with the timeless quality of great gospel quartets of the 1950s, will sing at 7 p.m. Friday in UND's Chester Fritz Auditorium.

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Ernie Haase & Signature Soundy, a gospel quartet, will sing at 7 tonight at UND Chester Fritz Auditorium.

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, a group that combines 21st-century ideas with the timeless quality of great gospel quartets of the 1950s, will sing at 7 p.m. Friday in UND's Chester Fritz Auditorium.

The group's founder & leader, Ernie Haase, was a longtime member of the famous Cathedral Quartet. The group's approach has been to blaze a trail in gospel music history, a news release said

Its first DVD release went to the top of Billboard Magazine's music video chart and topped the Christian Contemporary Music video chart. That same DVD achieved gold sales status, and the project's accompanying audio release topped both CCM & Southern Gospel audio charts.

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound received two 2008 Dove Awards for their second DVD. Their award-winning sound keeps bringing listeners around the world back to their roots with their refreshing approach to gospel classics and new material that is uniquely Signature Sound.

The group includes Ernie Haase, tenor; Ryan Seaton, lead; Doug Anderson, baritone, and Tim Duncan, bass. Tickets for all seats will be $27 and $22.

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