Southern gospel recording artists, the Daybreak Quartet, will appear in concert this March 11th at Vision in Alpharetta, Georgia. The Atlanta-based group has songs on the nationwide radio charts and has received several awards including top honors from the National Quartet Convention Competition in 1998. The concert begins at 9:30 A. M. and is open to the public free of charge.
The Daybreak Quartet will perform songs from their latest album, “Wonderful Feeling,” as well as sing a number of well-known southern gospel favorites–and will also take some time to perform requests from the audience in acapella four-part harmony.
The Daybreak Quartet was formed in 1991 by four freshmen at a college in Pensacola, Florida. The group performed primarily acapella numbers for on-campus events for the next four years. After graduation, the group moved to Stockbridge, Georgia and began singing in area churches several times a month. In 1999, the quartet began traveling full time and now presents around 175 concerts each year. They have sung from coast to coast and internationally, including a concert in the courtyard of the Pentagon and a trip to Sydney, Australia during the 2000 Olympic Games. Highlights of their career include performances for the International Barbershop Quartet Convention and the Atlanta Braves (on eight occasions), as well as appearances on Gospel Music Television and other major media outlets. For more on the Daybreak Quartet, visit www.daybreakquartet.com.