Second Baptist welcomes Tribute Quartet
Bowling Green’s Second Baptist Church welcomed the award-winning gospel singing group Tribute Quartet for a concert Saturday night.
Preserving the heritage and promoting the future of Southern Gospel music. This is the goal of the Tribute Quartet as well as to honor the legends, the groups they grew up listening to and admiring, while creating a sound that is singularly their own.
Tribute Quartet was formed in 2008 and two years later was named “Horizon Group of the Year” by readers of the Singing News Magazine at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, KY after being named Southern Gospel News’ “2008 Breakthrough Artist of the Year.”
The quartet is based out of Nashville. Gary Casto, from West Virginia is the lead singer, emcee and group manager. Josh Singletary is the group’s baritone and piano player and calls Florida his home. Singing bass for Tribute is Anthony Davis of Tennessee. He brings six years of quartet experience to the group. Prior to joining Tribute, Anthony worked in the law enforcement field. Riley Harrison is the fourth and final member of the group and fills the position of tenor. He makes his home in Oklahoma and was vocally trained at the Steve Hurst School of Music.
Tribute Quartet is a unique group whose members are quick to point to the Lord as their creator, giving him the glory while garnering awards and winning the affections of admirers in concert halls and sanctuaries all across America.
The group rocked the Second Baptist Church, where many gathered to enjoy the music. A good time was had by all.
Tribute Quartet was featured at the Second Baptist Church for a concert Saturday night.Pictured (from left): Riley Harrison Clark, Gary Casto, Anthony Davis, and Josh Singletary.