Memphis Quartet Show 2019 – Saturday Events

Memphis Quartet Show 2019 – Saturday Events

Final edits have been made!!

Note: I will be posting a single video highlight for each program again this year and will then update each post with more videos from home next week!


Matinee:
The Perfect Heart Reunion was just fabulous! I had not heard them when they were traveling, so I was very interested to hear their program. While I had not heard Perfect Heart before, I sure have heard other groups perform many of their songs.

Here is the one song I’ve chosen as the video highlight, “Somebody Touched the Lord.” I will definitely be loading many more videos and will provide an update with those links, or even a playlist, later.

Instead of posting individual links for the Perfect Heart program, here is a playlist with all of my footage!

Evening:
The video highlight from the evening was extremely difficult to pick because there were so many excellent songs. I have decided to go with an a capella hymn from The Blackwood Brothers Quartet – In Christ Alone:

The groups from the Saturday evening performance were given slightly longer sets so that there would be no intermission and the concert could end a little sooner. This year’s event was wonderful but it was good to get out a little earlier without sacrificing any music!! These were the artists that performed on the final 2019 program:

The Blackwood Brothers always do a great job and they are here for the entire event since they are one of the hosts. Their set was terrific with several of their a capella hymns and another guest appearance by Michael Helwig, who gets a huge response from the audience. Besides the highlight at the top of this post, here are a few more videos:

The Old Paths were next and gave a really spirited performance. With multiple albums now released, they had plenty of new material to sing. And Douglas Roark was extremely peppy since his heart surgery a couple of months ago! Here are videos of some of their performance:

The Inspirations had a pretty full stage with a 3-piece band this year, with new member Wyatt Austin and guest guitarist Mike Robertson. I loved how they did their introductions with each member introducing the next one so that all of the members got to talk a little bit about themselves and the one they were introducing. Here are several videos from their set:

Last but not least was Ernie Haase & Signature Sound. Of course, they were the peppiest on the program!! They’ve released a new CD, Clear Skies, and performed several from it. They have also picked up two band members – Josh Evans and Elijah Black – in addition to Tyler Vestal who has been with the band for about 4 years, I think. Here are a couple of videos:

You’ll Find Him There
Oh, What A Savior and reprise of Heaven Is

Here is a playlist of all of the videos I’ve posted from Memphis Quartet Show 2019!

Diana Brantley

Diana is from the Atlanta, Georgia area and is a relatively recent southern gospel fan, having started listening avidly about 15 years ago. With easy access to eastern Alabama, southeastern Tennessee and north and central Georgia, Diana attends as many concerts as her schedule allows to see a wide variety of artists.

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