Triumphant Quartet

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The Triumphant Quartet
Genres Christian, Southern Gospel
Years active 2002-Present
Labels Mansion Entertainment
Associated acts Oak Ridge Boys
Website www.triumphantquartet.com
Members David Sutton
Clayton Inman
Scott Inman
Eric Bennett

The Triumphant Quartet (formerly Integrity Quartet until 2005) is a United States Southern Gospel group that performed at the The Miracle Theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. They sang at the theater from 2003–2005, when it was known as The Louise Mandrell Theater. They now travel on a full-time concert schedule.

The group consists of David Sutton (tenor), Clayton Inman (lead), Scott Inman (baritone), and Eric Bennett (bass). They are known for being the only established full-time Southern Gospel quartet to never change membership among the vocalists.

Their songs, "I Bring You Forgiveness," "Don't Let the Sandals Fool Ya," "Hey, Jonah," "The Great I Am Still Is," "The Old White Flag", and "When the Trumpet Sounds" "somebody died for me", Love came calling", "Saved by Grace", take it from me, Meshach, and Because He loved me , were given Singing News Fan Awards nominations for Favorite Song of the Year in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 respectively. the group was bestowed the honor of the "Favorite Traditional Male Quartet" award by the magazine's readers from 2009-2014. Triumphant Quartet is represented exclusively by the Dominion Agency of Waynesville, NC.

Group Members[edit]

  • Lead: Clayton Inman (2002–present)
  • Baritone: Scott Inman (2002–present)
  • Tenor: David Sutton (2002–present)
  • Bass: Eric Bennett (2002–present)
  • Piano: GW Southard (2014-Present)
  • Audio Engineer: Adam Bradford (June 2014- Present)

Discography[edit]

  • Southern Gospel-Quartet Style (2003)
  • Four Guys and a Piano Player,Vol.1 (2003)
  • Home Free (2004)
  • You Better Hurry Up (2005)
  • Triumphant Quartet (2005)
  • Treasures (2006)
  • Live from 5 (2006)
  • You Gotta Love It (2007)
  • We Need a Little Christmas (2007)
  • Intermission (2008)
  • Look To God (2008)
  • Everyday (2009) (Grammy Award nomination 2010)
  • Lyric and Melody (2010)
  • Love Came Calling (2010)
  • Songs from the Heart (2011)

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