|Noah L. "Ves" Wiseman, III: Guitar and background vocals
Ves is the last remaining founding member of The New Voices of Faith. Ves grew up in Salisbury, NC but now makes his home in Mocksville, N.C. Ves learned from family friend and neighbor Avery Verdell, Sr, to play guitar at around the age of 10 years old. Ves played in a local top 40 band, The Aqualad 5 in the late 1960s along with younger brother Buster. When the 1970s was ushered in, the brothers had left the band to play for a popular gospel group in the area, The Sherrellettes. Following that up the brothers joined a new gospel group in 1973, the Sensational Ovations (see youtube, Sensational Ovations), formed by the late Joseph Cowan that eventually became a standard in the area. During this time the brothers played back up for The Fantastic Violinaires featuring Robert Blair and Isaiah Jones during two concerts in Salisbury when Blair's musicians were unable to make the trip. Ves also played back up for national recording artists The Swann Silvertones during a couple of concerts in Salisbury. Ves played for numerous groups as the years passed before helping found The New Voices of Faith. He plays guitar at his home church of Henderson Grove Baptist Church in Salisbury where he has been a member since childhood. He also serves on the Trustee Board and serves as manager and booking for The New Voices of Faith. His favorite guitar is his 1962 Fender Strat. Birthday August 3, 1955.
| Minister Timothy "TJ" Bridges, Jr: Lead & Background Vocals, Guitars, Drums, and Keyboards
TJ joined The New Voices of Faith in 2008. He is an extremely talented and gifted musician and vocalist. TJ grew up in Salisbury, N.C. He sings background vocals and lead vocals. He plays drums, keyboards, guitar and bass. He is NVOF's musical coordinator. He writes and arranges material for NVOF and has several songs ready for the group's upcoming studio session. The New Voices of Faith currently perform songs written by TJ. He began playing drums at a pre teen age and started playing bass, guitar and keyboards as a teen.
| Noel Z. "Buster" Wiseman: Bass Guitar & Background Vocals
Buster now resides in Greensboro, N.C. He began playing bass guitar at around the age of 10 years old after taking guitar lessons for a couple of years with older brother Ves. Although he continued learning to play guitar, playing bass took center stage. His mix and experience in various genres of music and of all different types of playing styles creates his bass sound. In the early years while playing in a local top hits band in Salisbury, he learned to play drums at around the age of 11 years old. He played bass in two gospel groups during the early 1970s and done some back up work for a national recording artist before going to college. In the 1980s he put live performing aside but kept writing material. He joined The New Voices of Faith in 1997. His interest is also equipment and sound and recording as well as production. He serves in the role of set up and sound for The New Voices of Faith and coordinates the group's media presence. He has a solo project, "If you believe" produced from his home studio on the August 20 label in 2008 and released in 2009 (youtube "Buster Z- Leavin," the only single release). After working on it for three years he has a new solo project (Gimme Da Bass) scheduled for release soon. He is also looking forward to going into the studio with The New Voices of Faith later this winter. Buster writes material and has several songs that the group currently performs and a couple that will be on the group's next release. He currently plays bass at Henderson Grove Baptist Church in Salisbury where he has been a member since childhood. He is proud of his bass collection that includes his original 1969 4 string Fender Precision bought by mom Rosetta when brand new. He has his original 1965 model Fender Jazz Bass and a Larry Graham model 4 string white Fender Jazz Bass that is his choice for just that old school thumpin' and pluckin'. His favorite is his 1999 model 5 string Godin. During performances you will likely see him playing his 5 string Warwick Rock Bass. Buster uses exclusively Eden bass amplification and bass gear. He puts together a lot of music playing his Fender Strat and his Roland Juno DS keyboard. He is a member of the following musical associations: Independent Recording Artists, Gospel Music Association (GMA), and Bass Guitar. Birthday August 20, 1958.
| Jamaal "Jay" Robertson: Drums