On Sunday (06/17/12) I went to Northwest Baptist Church in Concord NC to see LeFevre Quartet. This was the first opportunity to see the group with Harold Reed (tenor) and Brandon Barry (bass). The group performed for well over ninety minutes providing the audience with great quartet music.
The group turned in some great classic quartet performances on songs such as “Oh The Glory Did Roll”, “Crown Him King”, “Then I Met The Master”, “When I Get Carried Away”, “Hold On” and “Little Is Much”. I also enjoyed the performances of “Let Me Tell You About Jesus” and “Jesus Saves”.
Seeing Harold Reed with the LeFevre Quartet, I was wondering if he would do “God Saw A Cross”. A song he made popular with another group is a Harold Reed signature song. Just because he no longer tours with said group, he still needs to be singing his signature song.
Well, if you realize the trend, a concert review seems to bring free music. I have two brand new, unopened, copies of the group’s recent Live In Memphis CD. The first two individuals to email me (email@example.com) the correct answer to the following trivia question will win.
***Question: Harold Reed has quite the resume as a tenor vocalist. Name the three quartets Harold Reed was a member prior to joining the LeFevre Quartet.***
UPDATE: I wanted to congratulate Wes and Charles for being the first two to answer correctly (Dixie Melody Boys, Florida Boys, Kingsmen). I want to thank all of my readers for participating and keep on the lookout because it seems as though every time I attend a concert there is some free music to follow.