Eric Shaw was born in Clarksdale, MS. to Sherard and Nanette Shaw. He and his older brother Sherard Jr. were raised singing and playing sports.
Eric started his singing career at the age of nine.In college he sang with the Mississippi Delta Trojanaires, New Jerusalem Railroad and Harvest. He also was part of a ministry that performed musicals on the beaches of Panama City, FL. He sang in a group called "One Voice" with his wife Vicki. He served on staff at two churches in Ft. Oglethorpe, GA and Ootlewah, TN. as Music Director and Youth Minister. He is married to Vicki and has two sons and two Grand Children.
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Janet Seaman was born into the large family (10 brothers and sisters) of Clarence and Oda Grubb of Manchester, Kentucky.
She has been singing since a small child.and has sung with the Trinity Singers, the Trio and His Voice through Us. She is a song writer and wrote the title song of their latest Cd "He's Calling You". She is married to Ray and they have two children and four grandchildren.
Ray Seaman was born in Newark, Ohio to Ray and Thelma Seaman. He was the oldest of four children; two brothers and one sister.
He started singing with his family at the age of three. As a teenager he sang with The Calvary Quartet. Then he moved to Dayton, Ohio to sing with the Gospel Crusaders, The Mariners and the Notemen. Since then he has sung with The Trinity Singers, The Noblemen and now His Voice through Us . Married to Janet they have two children and four grandchildren.
“His Voice through Us” is not your ordinary trio. Three individuals have come together after being raised in church homes by Godly parents and being involved in some form of “music ministry” all their lives to present the gospel through song, music and testimony, about the miraculous power of Jesus Christ! Our music style is traditional. Our music ministry has been described as warm, tender, smooth, sincere, stirring, along with many other secular terms. That’s all fine and flattering but what means the most to us is when people come up after a music worship service and tell us that God spoke to him/her “through” our music and that the service had truly been a worship experience. Simply put, we sing so that His Voice (will be heard) through Us.