Mark Trammel Quartet

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Mark Trammell Quartet
Genres Christian, Southern Gospel
Years active 2009–present
Members Nick Trammell – Lead
Mark Trammell – Baritone
Eric Phillips – Tenor
Pat Barker – Bass

Mark Trammell Quartet is a Southern Gospel Quartet founded in by Mark Trammell, who formerly sang with The Kingsman, Gold City Quartet, The Cathedral Quartet, and Greater Vision. The group began in 2002 as a trio consisting of Eric Philips, Mark Trammell, and Joseph Smith. Tenor Joel Wood performed with the quartet from 2008 through 2011 until Eric Phillips returned. Dustin Sweatman served for 6 years as lead singer and pianist, from 2006 through September 2012. In 2009 Pat Barker joined the group as bass and the quartet was formed.

Members[edit]

Mark Trammell Quartet's current lineup consists of tenor Dustin Black, lead Nick Trammell, baritone Mark Trammell, bass Randy Byrd.

Discography[edit]

  • Vintage Gospel (2009)
  • Testimony (2010)
  • Treasures (2011)
  • Lifetime (2012)

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