Video: Legacy Six returns

One year ago, this video of “Legacy Six” introduced Caleb Garms and, indirectly, his family. In the year since, they have become contributors, offering posts like the Creative Ways to Get to NQC series. So, naturally, when Legacy Five returned to town and he reprised his role, I can’t resist passing the video along:

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  1. Was I the only person that missed this? It kind of got lost in several new posts.

    • While I don’t know, it does seem like it didn’t get the attention it deserved.

      Am I the only one who noticed that his voice is noticeably stronger than last year? I mean, he could hold down a regular quartet tenor role now, I think. The thought ran through my mind that if I referred him to the Mark Trammell Quartet, sure, he could probably only stay until his voice changed. But at the same time, given that I think he’s only 7, that would leave him staying longer than any of their other tenors have stayed! 🙂

      • I immediately noticed his stage presence has improved as well.

      • Josh,

        I actually did feel more relaxed this year. That was weird when Gus held up my hand, though; it surprised me, that’s for sure! 🙂

        -Caleb for TGF

      • Daniel,

        That would be fun to sing in a real quartet, and especially with the Mark Trammell Quartet. But Legacy Five gets me first! 😉

        Scott Howard said “If you don’t have a concert tomorrow, why don’t come on the bus and sing with us?” I said, “Oh, I think I’m fine right now.” And again he said, “If you ever need a quartet to sing in, call us!” 🙂

        To be truthful, I think my voice has gotten stronger this year.

        Thank for posting the video!

        – Caleb for TGF

      • But here’s the thing: Legacy Five has a tenor, and word has it your family rather likes his voice. Mark Trammell Quartet is looking right now. And evidently they didn’t find their man at NQC, so they’re still looking! 🙂

      • Daniel,

        That’s true, they do have a tenor and I really like Gus’s voice too; I hope he stays!

        Well, of course they didn’t find their man; I never made it to NQC! 😉 😀

        -Caleb for TGF

      • Exactly! 🙂

    • Amy,

      Glad you found it! I’m glad you’re not lost any more! 😆

      -Caleb for TGF

      • Thank you! I hadn’t watched last year’s until yesterday either, so I guess I got caught up.

      • Amy,

        You’re welcome! Did you like it? I hope you did! 😉

        Caleb for TGF

  2. I saw the first one before TGF posted here. I watched this recently, but hadn’t commented. Caleb is talented of course, but he’s also precious. No, NOT Brian Free. 😉

    • Dear Quartet-Man,

      I’m glad you saw it. What do you mean about Brian Free? I’m kinda mind-boggled… 😉

      Caleb for TGF

      • Caleb, “Precious” was Brian Free’s nickname back in his Gold City days back when I was somewhat young. 🙂

      • Quartet-man,

        Oh, I didn’t know that! Thanks for telling me!

        -Caleb for TGF