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BiographyEdit

The Cathedrals Quartet....

Members Edit

TenorEdit

Bobby Clark (1963 - 1968, 1972)

Mack Taunton (1968 - 1972)

Roger Horne (1972)

Roy Tremble (1972 - 1979)

Kirk Talley (1979 - 1983)

Danny Funderburk (1983 - 1989)

Kurt Young (1989 - 1990)

Ernie Haase (1990 - 1999)

LeadEdit

Glen Payne (1963 - 1999)

BaritoneEdit

Danny Koker (1963 - 1969)

George Amon Webster (1969 - 1971, 1974 - 1979)

Roger Horne (1971)

Roy Tremble (1971 - 1972)

Bill Dykes (1972 - 1974, 1980)

Steve Lee (1979 - 1980)

Mark Trammell (1980 - 1990)

Scott Fowler (1990 - 1999)

BassEdit

George Younce (1964 - 1999)

PianoEdit

Danny Koker (1963 - 1969)

George Amon Webster (1969 - 1971, 1973 - 1974)

Lorne Matthews (1971 - 1972, 1979)

Jim Garstang (1972 - 1973)

Haskell Cooley (1974 - 1979)

Steve Lee (1979)

Gerald Wolfe (1986 - 1988)

Roger Bennett (1979 - 1986, 1988 - 1999)

Bass GuitarEdit

George Amon Webster (1974 - 1979)

Steve Lee (1979 - 1980)

Mark Trammell (1980 - 1990)

Scott Fowler (1990 - 1999)

Line-upsEdit

1963–1964

(under the name "The Cathedral Trio")

1964–1968

(under the name "The Cathedral Quartet")

1968 1969-1970
  • Bobby Clark – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Danny Koker – baritone vocals, piano
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Mack Taunton – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Danny Koker – baritone vocals, piano
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Mack Taunton – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • George Amon Webster – baritone vocals, piano
  • George Younce – bass vocals
1971 1971–1973 1973 1974-1979
  • Mack Taunton – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • George Amon Webster – baritone vocals
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Lorne Matthews – piano
  • Roger Horne – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Roy Tremble – baritone vocals
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Lorne Matthews – piano
  • Roy Tremble – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Bill Dykes – baritone vocals
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • George Amon Webster – piano
  • Roy Tremble – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • George Amon Webster – baritone vocals
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Haskell Cooley – piano
1979 1979 1979-1980 1980-1983
  • Roy Tremble – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • George Amon Webster – baritone vocals
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Lorne Matthews – piano
  • Kirk Talley – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • George Amon Webster – baritone vocals
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Steve Lee – piano
  • Kirk Talley – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Steve Lee – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Roger Bennett – piano
  • Kirk Talley – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Mark Trammell – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Roger Bennett – piano, vocals
1983-1986 1986–1988 1988-1990 1990
  • Danny Funderburk – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Mark Trammell – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Roger Bennett – piano, vocals
  • Danny Funderburk – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Mark Trammell – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Gerald Wolfe – piano, vocals
  • Danny Funderburk – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Mark Trammell – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Roger Bennett – piano, vocals
  • Kurt Young – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Mark Trammell – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Roger Bennett – piano, vocals
1990 1990-1999

(under the name "The Cathedrals")

1999
  • Ernie Haase – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Mark Trammell – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Roger Bennett – piano, vocals
  • Ernie Haase – tenor vocals
  • Glen Payne – lead vocals
  • Scott Fowler – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Roger Bennett – piano, vocals
  • Ernie Haase – tenor vocals
  • Roger Bennett – lead vocals, piano
  • Scott Fowler – baritone vocals, bass guitar
  • George Younce – bass vocals
  • Robbie Willis – Drums

DiscographyEdit

1980sEdit

Oh Happy Day (1982)
Something Special (1982)
Individually (1983)
Voices in Praise Acapella (1983)
Live in Atlanta (1983)
Distinctively (1984)
The Prestigious Cathedral Quartet (1984)
An Old Convention Song (1985)
Especially for You (1985)
A Cathedral Christmas A Capella (1985)
Master Builder (1986)
Travelin' Live (1986)
Land of the Living (1987)
Symphony of Praise (1987)
Goin' in Style (1988)
I've Just Started Living (1989)
25th Anniversary (1989)

1990sEdit

Climbing Higher and Higher (1990)
The Best of Times (1991)
Camp Meeting (1992)
High and Lifted Up (1993)
Worship His Glory: Acapella Praise (1993)
Raise the Roof: 30th Anniversary (1994)
A Reunion (1995)
Radio Days (1996)
Alive! Deep in the Heart of Texas (1997)
Faithful
(1998)

Third Party Compilations Edit

Harmony: A Unity of Music and Spirit (1986) - "Somebody Touched Me"
Just Call It Southern! (2000) - "Healing"
NQC Live 99 (2000) - "Healing"
Shout! 2001 (2000) - "Trying to Get a Glimpse"

Awards Edit

Singing News Fan AwardsEdit

Group AwardsEdit

Album of the YearEdit

1990 - I've Just Started Living
1995 - High and Lifted Up
1996 - A Cathedrals Reunion
1999 - Faithful

Favorite GroupEdit

1982-1984, 1986-1987, 1994-1996

Favorite Traditional Male QuartetEdit

1997-1999

Song of the YearEdit

1995 - "Jesus Has Risen"

Individual AwardsEdit

Favorite TenorEdit

1983-1984 - Kirk Talley
1985-1987 - Danny Funderburk
1994-1997,1999 - Ernie Haase

Favorite LeadEdit

1984, 1986-1987, 1994-1999 - Glen Payne

Favorite BaritoneEdit

1982 - Glen Payne
1983, 1988 - Mark Trammell
1994-1999 - Scott Fowler

Favorite BassEdit

1981, 1983-1984, 1986-1988, 1992-1999 - George Younce

Favorite MusicianEdit

1993-1997 - Roger Bennett

Favorite PianistEdit

1998-1999 - Roger Bennett

Favorite Young ArtistEdit

1988 - Gerald Wolfe
1993-1995 - Scott Fowler

Horizon IndividualEdit

1991 - Ernie Haase
1992 - Scott Fowler

SGMA Hall of FameEdit

1997 - Glen Payne
1998 - George Younce
2007 - Roger Bennett

Charting SongsEdit

Singing News #1Edit

October 1982 - June 1983 - "Step Into the Water"
October - November 1986 - "Can He, Could He, Would He"
April - May 1987 - "Boundless Love"
April - May 1989 - "I Can See the Hand"
November 1992 - January 1993 - "Wedding Music"
May 1999 - "He Made a Change"

PeriodicalsEdit

Singing News MagazineEdit

Cover PhotoEdit

June 1983
November 1985
September 1987
October 1991
January 1993
September 1994
September 1996
September 1999

SourcesEdit

Cathedrals Tribute Website

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