Thought of the Day
Hat tip to Ireland’s Phil on SG for prompting this thought.
During his professional singing career, Mark Trammell has performed with a number of tenor singers (Ernie Phillips, Kirk Talley, Danny Funderburk, Ernie Haase, Chris Allman, Jay Parrack, Eric Phillips, Joel Wood), a number of lead singers (Jim Hamill, Squire Parsons[?], Wayne Maynard, Glen Payne, Gerald Wolfe, Steve Lacey, David Hill, Jonathan Wilburn, Joseph Smith, and Dustin Sweatman), and a number of piano players (Anthony Burger, Roger Bennett, Gerald Wolfe, David Brooks, Shane Jenkins, Randy Matthews, Byron Stewart, Tim Parton, Channing Eleton, Dustin Sweatman, and Steve Hurst).
But he has only sung with three bass singers—Ray Dean Reese, George Younce, and Tim Riley.
And now, number four, Pat Barker.
Mark Trammell has performed the amazing feat of selecting a singer worth mentioning in the same breath as the first three.