Findlay, OH (Feb. 6, 2018) — It all began in 1992 in a little town called Findlay Ohio, with founding member Mark May, who carries the legacy of Sojourner Quartet forward today. Originally a contemporary Christian band that played with live instruments, the group transitioned to a Southern Gospel music style with four-part harmonies when bass singer, Dave Barker joined the group in 1995. Sojourner Quartet recorded their first full Southern Gospel project, On the Rock at the Gaither Studios in 1997 and the rest is history.
Today’s members are Isaac Steinhour singing tenor, Jeff McGlade singing lead, Mark May singing baritone, and Larry Counterman singing bass. With 13 albums on the books, many charting songs, and multiple award nominations, Sojourner Quartet has good reason for celebrating 25 years of making music together across the United States and into Canada. “More important than any worldly success, we have been able to experience lives touched and hearts changed through the message in our music,” said group founder Mark May.
There is a special story behind their tenor’s miracle birth, and his father penned a song they often sing. “We sing a song called, ‘He Still Does Miracles,’ written by my Dad, and it has led us to some amazing people with incredible miracle stories. Through it all, we are excited and thankful that we can see God glorified as we share our ministry wherever He leads us,” shared Isaac Steinhour.
A very special 25th Anniversary album, recently recorded on Chapel Valley’s Church House label, will be released soon. Follow them on Facebook or visit their brand-new website at www.sojournerquartet.com to learn more about concerts near you and other news about Sojourner Quartet.
Source:Chapel Valley/Marcie Gray