Tag Archive: Triumphant Quartet

Jan 28

Cruise Review: 2015 Gospel Music Celebration Caribbean Cruise

Last week, my wife and I had the privilege and joy to celebrate our anniversary on board IMC Concerts’ and Inspiration Cruises’ 2015 Gospel Music Celebration Caribbean Cruise.  For us, it was our first cruise of any kind, so we were equally excited by the “cruising” aspect of the trip, and the gospel music part. …

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May 05

Just for fun… The Confused Quartet

Dec 31

2013 in Review: Top Albums

To close out the year in gospel music, it’s time to list my personal favorite recordings of 2013.  If you’ve been following the blog in recent days, the album that takes the #1 spot should be of no surprise.  The Kingdom Heirs’ Redeeming the Time was the only project to which I gave a 5-star rating …

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May 13

Triumphant Quartet – Because He Loved Me

I love songs that present the Gospel of Christ in detail and in ‘Because He Loved Me’, the story of our Savior’s death, burial and resurrection is told.  I remember The Primitive Quartet singing this from back in the early 80’s and it’s so good to hear the song brought back for today’s audiences.  Triumphant …

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Sep 19

NQC 2012: Thursday and Friday Showcases

I covered my highlights of the evening concerts from last week, but some of the best music I heard was during the day at various showcases.  Here are some of the highlights of things I saw in the mornings and afternoons!   Gaither Vocal Band Reunion – Thursday Afternoon It was a treat to see …

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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 13

NQC 2012: Wednesday Night

What a tiring, but rewarding day it was yesterday!  After a long, full day of driving, we made it into Freedom Hall right as Mike Speck was leading some congregational singing before bringing out the first quartet of the night.  I love the idea of Quartet Night, and I’m so glad we were able to …

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