Three Wisemen to perform in Sequim

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Christian performers The Three Wisemen - Timothy James Meaney, Brett Williams and Jon Blackstone - bring their traditional Christmas, original songs and comedy to Calvary Chapel Sequim on Friday, Dec. 18.

The traveling trio is celebrating its 16th year touring together this holiday season with a style that's been compared to a Christian Crosby, Stills and Nash and the Rat Pack.

Meaney started in music ministry in the late 1980s. In 1995, his songs "Heaven's Love" and "The Big Chair" were staples of Christian radio and he has become a well-known name in the Christian music industry.

He has released 13 studio albums with his latest, "Far Side of the Sea," out last spring.

Williams began his Christian music career in 1984 with the band The Reach. He went on to become the music pastor and worship leader for Calvary Fellowship in Seattle. He has recorded three worship albums and has had more than 70 songs published and recorded.

Blackstone wasn't a Christian musician until 1988. Prior to then, he was a rock musician.
Blackstone abandoned his lucrative career and pursued a solo career. He co-wrote the radio hit "Revival" with Margaret Becker and has been a member of The Three Wisemen since its beginning.

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