Utica, NY. Â Voted The Singing News Southern Gospel Fan Favorite Quartet for the last nine years, Triumphant Quartet will visit Whitesboro, NY, for a concert on Sunday, June 3 at Crosspoint Church at 317 Oriskany Blvd. Award-winning singer-songwriter Sherry Anne will join them for the evening event. Doors open at 5 pm, concert begins at 6 pm. All seats are general admission. The building is handicap accessible. Advance sale tickets of $20 are available at Better Health Chiropractic, 315-735-1947, in Utica; at Crosspoint Church, 315-797-4520, Whitesboro; Sacred Melody, 315-437-1095, Syracuse; and online at www.sherryanne.com. Tickets at the door will be $25.
The award-winning foursome of Eric Bennett, David Sutton, and father and son Clayton and Scotty Inman made their debut appearance at the Louise Mandrell Theater in Pigeon Forge, TN, from 2003 to 2005. They began traveling nationally in 2008.
When the group sings The Old White Flag about surrendering oneâ€™s life to Jesus, audiences often break out handkerchiefs and tissues to join the celebration. Recent Number 1 charting hits for Triumphant Quartet include Chain Breaker and Thankful. In 2017, their Living in Harmony CD was selected Favorite Album, Favorite Song: Living in the Promised Land, and Eric Bennett: Favorite Bass Singer by The Singing News Fan Awards. Learn more at www.triumphantquartet.com.
Sherry Anne, recently named a Singing News Songwriter Search Grand Prize winner, is known for her elegant voice developed in spite of a bilateral hearing and speech impairment from birth. She shares her passionate love of gospel music as a way to lift audiences over any obstacles they face.
Sherry Anne performs nationwide, and appeared with the Gaither Vocal Band and at a Gaither Homecoming Sing-Along in 2017. Her recently released video of Silent Prayer encourages those challenged by life circumstances, including hearing loss and grief. Learn more at www.sherryanne.com.