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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

A gospel musician born in south Georgia is bringing his talent back to his roots.

Patrick Lundy and The Ministers of Music performed at the White House for the 2009 presidential inauguration and are well-known throughout the DC area.

After releasing 5 albums Lundy decided it was time to come home and start a Georgia Unit.

"I've always told the people in DC that there is no place like home, my home people can really sing, and they're very talented, last year we performed in Atlanta,Georgia and everything went so well we wanted to stay together,"

The group will perform on Saturday at Disciples of Jesus Ministries in Thomasville at 5pm, tickets are $10. 

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