Tribute Quartet signs with Daywind
Daywind announced yesterday that Tribute Quartet will be joining its roster. Daywind President Ed Leonard said, “Tribute has rapidly ascended to prominence in the Southern Gospel industry, and they are showing no signs of slowing down. We are excited to have the opportunity to work with such young, enthusiastic men and look forward to having the group as part of our growing roster of artists for a long time to come.”
Tribute Quartet co-founder and lead singer Gary Casto commented, “Tribute Quartet is thrilled to be joining the Daywind family. At this season in our ministry, after just celebrating our seventh year together, we are excited about the opportunity to work with this award-winning team as we continue to make great music for years to come.”
Fellow co-founder and pianist Josh Singletary added, I am tickled to be a part of the Daywind family and anticipate a bright and productive future!”
The group’s first Daywind release will come out later this year.
It has been an especially busy week for Tribute Quartet tenor Riley Harrison Clark; his wife Megan gave birth to their first child, son Colbin Harrison Clark, just before midnight last night.