ROCHESTER — The No Name Quartet will perform a free gospel concert at 6 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 15, at Riverview Community Church, 3780 SR 110, Tippecanoe.
The quartet, based in Winona Lake, has been singing for nearly 20 years, entertaining audiences with a mix of gospel, inspirational music and onstage humor.
The group sang performances for about 10 years without ever choosing a name when a concert scheduler dubbed them the No Name Quartet. Members say they adopted the name because they felt it reflected their desire to humbly honor Jesus Christ through song.
The group has sung the national anthem at the former Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis and also sung alongside other well-known gospel artists such as the Booth Brothers, the Guardians, Triumphant Quartet and Wes Hampton of the Gaither Vocal Band.
Quartet members particularly enjoy performing in “the intimacy of the church sanctuary as one of the best venues for communicating gospel truth through song,” according to a news release.
The music on Sunday is free, but donations will be accepted.
For questions, call Pastor Rod Ruberg of Riverview Community Church at (574) 223-4193.