Tribute Quartet (Dalton, GA)

by | Apr 10, 2017 | Concert Review

Tribute Quartet was finally close enough for me to see them at Eleventh Avenue Baptist Church in Dalton, Georgia. They don’t get to Georgia very often, so I was particularly glad to see them a few weeks ago. Tribute has been blessed with a very stable lineup, with the newest member, bass Anthony Davis, having been with them since 2011. Their other members are tenor Riley Harrison Clark and co-owners lead Gary Casto and baritone Josh Singletary. All of their members have been voted into the top 10 nominations for Singing News Fan Awards for their vocal parts this year, so I’m not the only person that is fond of this group!

I was absolutely thrilled to hear eight songs from their newest album, “Here For You.” I think it’s their best album yet with songs from many great songwriters including one song that was co-written by Gary Casto (Grace At Its Best) and one even co-written by Connie Hopper (Jesus Saves).

Here are a few videos from the concert. As it turns out, there is a feature for each of the singers!

Everybody Come See Jesus – featuring Josh. This was co-written by Gina Boe, Marcia Henry, Donna King, Sue Smith and Dianne Wilkinson! Way to go, ladies!!

That’s How I Know – featuring Anthony

God of the Storms – featuring Riley

Grace At Its Best – featuring Gary on the 1st verse and Riley on the 2nd


Just a quick edit:   On Tuesday, 4/11/2017, the “Here For You” album won the Traditional Recording of the Year at the Absolutely Gospel Music Awards in Nashville, TN.

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Diana Brantley

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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