Special to The Hays Daily News
First Presbyterian Church, 29th and Hall, will host contemporary Christian recording artists Eternity Focus at 10 a.m. March 27.
Comprised of four sisters, Alika, Danika, Janika and Lainika Seaman, Eternity Focus performs contemporary Christian music.
With the release of their first self-titled recording project in April 2007, their tour schedule has taken them to several states across the nation including Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, Colorado, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan. Eternity Focus also was invited to compete in the National Fine Arts Festival for six years.
The sisters have accumulated a number of awards throughout the course of their musical careers. In August 2007, their song "Unmistakable" was awarded third in the nation at the National Fine Arts Festival in the individual songwriting category.
In addition, their song "I Still Believe" was awarded fifth in the nation in the Collaborated Songwriting competition. Their second album, "Nothing to Lose," was released in October 2008.
In August 2008, Eternity Focus placed in the top seven in the Group Artistry Category at the Gospel Music Association's Music in the Rockies in Estes Park, Colo. "I Choose You," featured on their second album, "Nothing to Lose," placed in the top 20 in the songwriting competition at GMA's Music in the Rockies as well. "More Than Christmas," Eternity Focus' third and newest recording project, was released in September. Recorded at Dark Horse Recording Studios in Franklin, Tenn., this Christmas album features original songs as well as the group's favorite classic Christmas carols.