PHARR — Pharr United Methodist Church will welcome Terry G. Hall, bass soloist and “One-Man Quartet” in concert on Sunday, Feb. 22 at 5 p.m.

Terry has been singing since age 11 when he sang bass in his home church youth group in Kentucky. Over the years, he sang with several different groups and quartets. In 1988, he rededicated his life to God and began a solo ministry in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. In 2002 and 2003, Terry sang at Dollywood, and in 2004, he teamed up with the Incredible Christmas Place in Pigeon Forge to present gospel music in their courtyard and to fill in as Santa. He now sings in various locations in the Pigeon Forge area as well as singing on the road and continuing a street ministry on the front porch of the Baptist church in Pigeon Forge.

In his concerts, Terry uses a wide variety of singing styles, which include old spirituals, a little country sound and fun-time songs, but his heart is truly in the old Southern Gospel sound. With a voice range of over four octaves, he is able to gear his concerts to include something for everyone and has even recorded himself as a “one-man quartet.” Terry puts variety, enthusiasm and sincerity into each concert and is always ready and eager to share the testimony of how God healed him of cancer.

A pie and ice cream social to benefit the church will precede the concert beginning at 4 p.m. A freewill offering will be taken during the concert to benefit Terry’s ministry.

Pharr United Methodist Church is located at 119 E. Kelly, Pharr, one block east of Cage Blvd. and four blocks south of Bus. 83. The concert will be in the family life center on the corner of Kelly and Athol. Call 956-787-4529 for more information.