This week I went in to the personal vault and pulled out another fairly recent recording released in 1999. Not only do I want to present albums that helped shape my love of Southern Gospel music as a kid but I also want to present some of my personal favorite recordings. I also enjoy presenting music by artists that many current listeners of Southern Gospel are not familiar with. This week’s artist is one of those type artists.
The Crossmen Quartet began their career in 1993. Based in Kentucky, the quartet found minimal success in the mid to late ’90′s releasing several chart hits and appearing several years at the National Quartet Convention. Started by the Flener Brothers (Boyce and Scott), the group still travels and records today, though to little Southern Gospel mainstream attention.
Listen to sound bites from a 1999 album release by the Crossmen Quartet titled Final Destination.