Melody Boys Quartet lead singer Alan Kendall recently posted this video of a tenor quartet at the Grand Old Gospel Reunion:
Jerry Martin (Dove Brothers) sang tenor, Tim Williams (Melody Boys) sang lead, Mike Young (Southern Sound) sang baritone, Eddie Broome (Florida Boys) sang bass, and Wesley Smith (Dixie Echoes) played the piano.
If you were to put together a tenor quartet of tenors currently on the road, who would you pick?
If I was going for tight harmonies, I’d go with
- Tenor: Eric Phillips, if I could bend my own rule and go with a tenor recently on the road. If not, Jerry Martin.
- Lead: Jacob Kitson. Check out the “Statement of Faith” song if you’re wondering why.
- Baritone: John Rulapaugh. A great blender who is every inch a tenor, whether singing high or low.
- Bass: Jeremy Peace. Here’s why.
For a power tenor quartet, I’d go with David Phelps, Dan Keeton, Dallas Rogers, and Larry Ford.
How about you?