NQC 2017: Tuesday Night Recap

Tuesday night of the 2017 National Quartet Convention is now in the record books.  The night offered some strong single song performances.  Here are the hits and misses.

  • What a touching moment from 20-year-old pianist, Josh Townsend.  He has suffered more in 20 years than most do in a lifetime.
  • You’d be hard pressed to find a stronger male vocalist in any genre of music than that of Joseph Habedank.  Wow, what a performance tonight!
  • We need more live music at NQC.  High Road left me gobsmacked late into the night with their performance of “Christ My Hope, My Glory”.
  • The entire Daywind artist segment near the end of the night offered some strong moments.

  • There was a song sung early in the night that stuck out because of how awful it was.  A song about God being against the law.  It was dreadful.
  • There were once again sound issues at the beginning of the night that worked itself out as the night progressed.

 

**Now to crown the best of the night:

Best single song performances (in order of appearance):  (1) “The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow” – Dixie Melody Boys  (2) “Forgiven” – Ball Brothers  (3) “My Hope Is In The Blood” – Perrys  (4) “God’s Been Good” – Josh Townsend  (5) “The Song Of Moses” – Hoppers  (6) “Rolled Back Stone” – Greater Vision  (7) “Here He Comes” – Joseph Habedank  (8) “Beauty Of The Blood” – Joseph Habedank  (9) “Never Forsaken” – Tribute Quartet  (10) “When The Prodigal Comes Home” – Tribute Quartet  (11) “Christ My Hope, My Glory” – High Road with Jason Crabb (*Best Individual Performance of the Night)  (12) “Plain And Simple” – Wisecarvers

Best Set of the Night:  Joseph Habedank.

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