The Proclaimers Quartet developed a love for gospel music early in life by listening to The Statesmen Quartet, The Cathedrals, and others of that fine caliber.
Jerry Tew has been singing since he was four years old. Scott Bush and Tommy Watley began singing when they were five years old. Lloyd McKemy has been playing the piano since he was seven years old. Anthony Morrison began singing in his teens.
Each brought to the Proclaimers Quartet a multitude of experience amassed from time spent in other groups and created a unique bond and blending of voices. Jerry has sung with the Kensmen Quartet, The Canaan Land Boys, The Diplomats, and The Seekers. Anthony has sung with The Cornerstone Quartet, Jordan River Quartet, Common Garments, Men of Grace, and The Jordans. Lloyd has played piano for The Gilmores, The Brown Brothers, and The Seekers. Tommy has sung with The Regents, The Harvesters, and London Paris and the Apostles and traveled with The Gaithers and Jake Hess.
Today, there concert program in unique and original, but true to the traditional format of real Southern Gospel Music. Their rendition and impersonation of several of the legendary artists in their concert performance is a must see.
This group truly lives by honor, integrity, and character. They deeply love the Lord, His churches, their wives and families, and each other. Their music ministry is more than a series of actions performed before an audience; it is a vital part of their daily lives. They take the responsibility of their God-given talents seriously and have a glorious time expressing their love for the Lord. They desire to draw listeners close to the heart of God and yearn to lead the hurting and the lost to the One who can heal and save.
Norman bonds Artist Representative