It is the night two recap of the 2011 National Quartet Convention. How did Tuesday nights program fare?
- Dove Brothers hit the stage on fire and ready to go. A live band goes a long, long way in a group’s overall performance. “Operator” was great!
- It was a touching moment on “Thank You Lord For Your Blessings On Me” by Jeff & Sheri Easter. What a blessing!
- Wow, what a set with Jason Crabb and the Bowling Family. I had myself a time on “Your Cries Have Awoken The Master” and “I Still Glory In The Cross”.
- I definitely enjoyed the country themed artists tonight: Dove Brothers, Jeff & Sheri Easter, Jason Crabb, Bowling Family.
- I was so happy to see so many artists using live musicians on tonight’s program. More please!!
- Enjoyed seeing the Hinsons perform some classic ‘Hinson’ music.
- Legacy Five had a forgettable set. Three of the four songs in their set got lost on me as a listener and it was hard to salvage their set after those three selections.
- While I enjoyed the steel guitar during the Inspirations set, the Inspirations/McKameys segment had a hard act to follow and the whole segment fell a bit flat.
**Now to crown the best of the night:
Best single song performances (in order of appearance): (1) “Operator” – Dove Brothers (2) “Thank You Lord For Your Blessings” – Jeff & Sheri Easter (3) “Your Cries Have Awoken The Master” – Bowling Family (4) “I Still Glory In The Cross” – Bowling Family (5) “Through The Fire” - Crabb Family (6) “With Him” – Hinsons (7) “Since Jesus Came” – Booth Brothers
Best Set of the Night: The Jason Crabb/Bowling Family segment blew my socks off! The best segment of the night.