Triumphant Quartet is known for its harmonious blend, dedication, and deep faith. This week, the Southern Gospel Album of the Year was awarded to them by the GMA Dove Awards.
The group consists of David Sutton (tenor), Clayton Inman (lead), Scott Inman (baritone), and Eric Bennett (bass). They first performed in 2003 as a headlining talent at the Louise Mandrell Theater, in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. They are known for being the only established full-time Southern Gospel quartet to never change membership among the vocalists.
Triumphant Quartet had five No.1 songs and several others that climbed the Top 40 music charts. They also received four Album of the Year Awards as well as three Song of the Year Award.
Yes was produced by Gordon Mote and Wayne Haun under Stowtown Records which was released on March 15, 2019.
1. Going There- (Scott Inman & Lee Black)
2. Even Me- (Jeff Bumgardner, Jason Cox, & Kenna Turner West)
3. Eye Of The Storm- (Ryan Stevenson & Bryan Fowler)
4. Yes- (Scott Inman & Nathan Woodard)
5. What He’s Done For Me- (Scott Inman & Lee Black)
6. Give You All The Glory- (Scott Inman, Lee Black, & Sue C. Smith)
7. Joy- (Scott Inman, Lee Black, & Tony Wood)
8. A Little Bit- (Scott Inman, Kenna Turner West, & Tony Wood)
9. All Things Good- (Scott Inman & Joel Lindsey)
10. Only God Knows- (Kevin Wright)
11. We Believe- (Richie Fike, Matthew Hooper, & Travis Ryan)
Southern Gospel Album of the Year Nominees
The other nominees in the Southern Gospel Album of the Year category are: Southern Gospel Album of the Year
Mercy & Love by the Collingsworth Family, Life Is A Song by the Greater Vision, Ready For Revival by the Guardians, and Deeper Oceans by Joseph Habedank.
Congratulations to all of you! May your songs continue to inspire us all!
The 50th celebration was a powerful evening paying tribute to 50 years of special appearances and sensational stage highlights over the decades. Performances representing modern Rock, Rap/Hip Hop, Pop/Contemporary, Inspirational, Southern Gospel, Bluegrass, Country, Worship and more made up the evening praising the rich musical diversity from the past, present and future of Gospel and Christian music. Nominees were determined by GMA’s professional members, and winners were voted on by the entire GMA membership.
Watch the carrier single of the album here:
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