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Anita Cerce is originally from Pell City, Alabama and has been a Southern Gospel Music lover all of her life. Her Dad, Buck Smith, has been the manager and first tenor of the well-known Royal Masters Quartet of the Birmingham area since Anita was a little girl in elementary school. She has fond memories of special weekends when she was allowed to go along.....usually being one of the first ones on the bus, asking where they were going. She spent many of those adolescent  weekends on her Dadís groupís bus, where she saw first-hand in the concerts what the Lord could do in the lives of those who turned to Him. She sang and traveled in youth choirs as a teen and later, as a young adult, was heavily involved in the bus ministry of a large church. She has also been a Sunday School teacher and led a church Women's Group Ministry. People are struck by her sincerity and by her conviction as she sings beautifully of her Savior. It is fitting that Anita now invests her life in this ministry, as she gave her heart to the Lord at a  Gospel Concert in  her pre-teen years.  Now, she rejoices that God has given her the opportunity  to use her lovely voice to spread the message of the Gospel to those in need.



Cliff Cerce is the baritone, piano player and manager of the group. He also  arranges all of the group's music. Originally from Paterson, NJ, Cliff is a former Lead Pastor, Associate Pastor, College Professor, Christian Radio Station On-Air Talk Show Host, and Evangelist.  He traveled previously with The Gabriels and The Forerunners, and was the piano player for Duane Nicholson, tenor singer of The Couriers, during the several years that their group was on hiatus in the early 1980's.  Cliff was also a studio musician, recording engineer and producer, having produced projects for James Blackwood, The Couriers, Dan Betzer, and many others.... and he worked with The Couriers  with their TV ministry. He also produced and engineered "Revivaltime" for  8 years, which was the official radio broadcast of a major denomination,  airing weekly on 600 US radio stations and in 85 countries. He and his wife now regularly preach and sing on the PTL Network at least once each month, in a one hour program  the Network provides to them. His desire is to see souls saved and saints encouraged and uplifted through these ministry opportunities.