Editor’s note: My family saw the Mark Trammell Quartet in concert last weekend. Here are photos and a video from the event.
Video Greeting from Pat Barker
(Footnote for those who have no sense of humor or don’t understand his: This was tongue-in-cheek, and in light-hearted fun!)
A strong ending
An incredible accapella rendition of Guide Me, Oh Thou Great Jehovah. We can’t wait till the new project comes out!
Another strong ending
Bass Barker nearly faints as Mr. Mark Trammell gives a lengthy, agonizing introduction to a song only he knows
Board deliberations–Do we know the next verse
Dustin Sweatman plays the offertory
I Want to Know–Their first #1 hit (as a QUARTET, Pat wants you to know)!
I’m Standing on the Solid Rock got the crowd excited enough to get up!
It was great to see Mr. Eric Phillips back on stage!
Loving the Lamb. They sang this song for their bus driver, Stan Olson, in honor of his last night with them.
Mr. Dustin Sweatman played keyboard for the first several songs in the concert, and then joined the line up. Here, he sings One Drop, which he wrote.
Mr. Mark Trammell played bass guitar during several songs, including here during Wedding Music
Mr. Mark Trammell wandered over to the piano and Dustin fears for his job…
Mr. Pat Barker sings Hallelujah, I Am Going Home
Pat Barker and Mark Trammell
Pat Barker conducts the choir
Pat Barker exciting the audience
Smiling (after Pat and Dustin start into the wrong song by mistake!)
The Mark Trammell Quartet
The Mark Trammell Quartet
The Mark Trammell Quartet left the soundtrack to “Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah” in Nashville, so they had to sing it a cappella. It went so well a cappella that certain audience members hoped they would always forget to bring the track along!
The Mark Trammell Quartet opened with Gentle Shepherd
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