The Nu Creation Singers were a Seventh Day Adventist Christian Gospel group, which was founded by Taylor Garnier. The name of the group was chosen by his late sister Judith Garnier, who sang alto in the group. His brother Joubert Garnier was the Musical Director and Pianist for the group. The well-loved group was well known in the '80s and '90s, winning several awards for 'best singing group".
Although the group is no longer performing, the Nu Creation Foundation continues to exist.
The Nu Creation singers inspired others through Contemporary Gospel music. The group's singing style was mostly 'contemporary gospel,' with a dose of R&B gospel. The group possessed a rich sound and stable harmony.
The Nu Creation Singers have traveled and ministered throughout the Tri-State area, including New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. They've also traveled to New England, Georgia, Florida, and Canada, inspiring others to love and worship our Lord Jesus Christ.
The mission of Nu Creation singers was to deliver inspirational messages through song and personal testimony.