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“I’m as proud of this new record, Glorious Day as I have been of anything I’ve ever released. The music is more traditional, pure, gospel quartet than anything we’ve done. It sounds and feels like a hybrid of the Cathedrals, Signature Sound and a little bit of the Vocal Band. The material came together. We went in the studio, we were relaxed, our voices were in good form. There are a lot of ‘slam dunks’ on this record, a lot of highlights.

“Paul Harkey has added so much. Everyone loves a bass singer. George Younce proved that on a team you’ve got to have a huge center, a big man — that power voice. Every night Paul walks on stage, he’s a human highlight film. He’s laid-back, but when he opens his mouth, it freaks people out. He’s featured on ‘Scars in the Hands of Jesus’, an old Southern Gospel song. He sings it every night, and it’s a showstopper. Then there’s Doug Anderson, my favorite singer of all time. He’s featured on ‘Sometimes I Wonder,’ and it’s shutting the show down wherever we go.

“I think this is where we have found our voice, with that classic quartet sound, the four-part harmony, the piano and bass. It’s a simple, traditional sound, and it has been like somebody just opened a door with a fresh spring breeze."...