Triumphant Quartet


Camden-Fairview High School Little Theater Sun, Nov 14, 2021 3:00 PM
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Camden-Fairview High School Little Theater Sun, Oct 23, 2022 3:00 PM
Camden-Fairview High School Little Theater Sun, Nov 10 3:00 PM


Fans first experienced the exceptional four-part harmony
of genre leader Triumphant Quartet at Louise Mandrell’s beloved theater in
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, in 2003. When they came together to form the group,
the four friends realized they had stumbled upon something incredibly special.

The acclaimed quartet performed with the legendary
Mandrell daily until 2008, when they began touring, taking their polished
harmonies to churches, performing arts centers and auditoriums all across the
nation. The members credit the country music superstar for helping them perfect
their stage presence and pursue excellence at every turn.

Twenty years later, Triumphant Quartet remains a
quintessential act in the gospel music industry. Consistently voted a fan
favorite, the group has garnered multiple chart-topping hits, as well as Dove,
Singing News and BMI Awards, including numerous Quartet of the Year honors.
Perhaps most remarkably of all, the StowTown Records group has become a
household name without experiencing any lineup changes over the past two

Now, as Sean Barber replaces original member Scotty
Inman, Triumphant Quartet opens a new chapter of music, faith and friendship as
— together with Barber (Lead) — founding members David Sutton (tenor), Eric
Bennett (bass) and Clayton Inman (Baritone) enter the next decade of ministry.

“When we first heard Sean sing, I remember I leaned over
to David and said, “He is a singer’s singer, and he’s a phenomenal musician,”
shares Bennett of Barber’s pedigree. “Not only could he sing like a bird, but
he had everything we were looking for.”

Having spent years both leading worship and singing in
quartets, Barber seamlessly fits in with Triumphant’s current musical direction
that equally pays homage to Southern Gospel’s rich heritage and acknowledges
the contemporary sounds of the day. This unique mix of familiar and fresh is
most evident on their latest release, Hymns & Worship, a 13-track
collection that effortlessly blends reimagined versions of timeless hymns with
new arrangements of modern Christian radio hits, like TobyMac’s “Help Is On The
Way (Maybe Midnight),” Anne Wilson’s “My Jesus” and Zach Williams’ “Chain
Breaker,” the latter of which became one of Triumphant’s most celebrated radio
singles to date.