Tag Archive: Tribute Quartet

Sep 03

Album Review: Journey of Hope (Tribute Quartet)

Tribute Quartet has been on a steady upward climb since its establishment eight years ago by former Wilburns members Gary Casto and Josh Singletary.  Tenor Riley Harrison Clark and bass Anthony Davis have rounded out the quartet for the past three years, providing the consistency in personnel needed for such a rise.  For the first …

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Sep 15

NQC 2012: Friday Night

Yesterday was a very long day at National Quartet Convention, starting off nice and early with a chapel service with music by the Mark Trammell Quartet and Greater Vision, and a sermon by Mark.  We also caught the Gaither Homecoming showcase and the NQC Awards, so we had already had our cup filled before the …

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Sep 14

NQC 2012: Thursday Night

I’m having to do this quickly, since I’m between morning chapel and the Gaither showcase.  Last night went long, and it was a very tiring, but rewarding day.   While there were big moments, the energy in the crowd wasn’t quite as consistent as it was Wednesday night.  This time around I had seats in …

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Sep 11

NQC 2012: Anticipation

As of this writing, it’s about 24 hours until I depart for my first National Quartet Convention.  NQC 2012 is already in full swing, and I feel as if I’m arriving late.  But Wednesday night will find me in Freedom Hall, enjoying the greatest music on earth.  Here’s what I’m most looking forward to this …

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Aug 27

Album Review: Our Anthem (Tribute Quartet)

Tribute Quartet is one of an increasing number of talented groups on the cusp of breaking through to that first tier of southern gospel artists, and the widened scope of influence that goes along with it.  With their latest release, Our Anthem, they may have done just that.  Steve Hurst is credited as vocal coach in …

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