Stephen Pasch and Three Crosses Band Members Reunite After 14 Year Hiatus

Steve Pasch, Ed Nicholoson and Ralph Barrientos of the Three Crosses have reunited to perform for the first time in 14 years.
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Dec. 7, 2010 - PRLog -- Christian Recording artists, Three Crosses, have reunited after a 14 year hiatus.
Members Stephen Pasch, Ed Nicholoson and Ralph Barrientos have come to the decision that now is the time for the band to get back together. They plan to begin writing new material over the holidays and into early 2011.   The members are also planning a series of Three Crosses tour dates in the tri-state area first and then plan on hitting larger markets.  
Three Crosses was a Benson recording act from 1994-1998 and garnishing 8 top ten Christian music singles.  They also had 3 #1 videos with “This Is Not My Home” and “Michelangelo”, and charted two albums on the Billboard Christian music charts.

Most recently Three Crosses performed before an audience just days ago in New York City’s Carnegie Hall. The reaction was overwhelmingly positive, Pasch said “ we simply want to follow God’s will this time around and prayerfully stay in his will.

Accomplished composer and conductor Tim Janis asked Three Crosses to participate in his American Christmas Carol, which Ed Nicholoson said “was a sigh that God was opening doors for us to reunite”.

Ralph Barrientos told members of the local press he was “amazed that after all this time, it sounded like we picked up where we left off, God is Awesome.”

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