Noblemen ready to sing, share new CD


The Noblemen, shown in concert at Christiansburg Baptist Church in 2019, have a new CD project. From left are David Martin, bass; Tracy Bertram, baritone; Garry Polston, lead; and Chris Daniel, tenor.

Lead singer says response to ‘Going Strong’ has been positive, upbeat

By John Herndon,

SHELBYVILLE, Ky. — The Noblemen have some new music to share, but few places to share it.

The popular Southern Gospel quartet, based in Shelbyville, Ky., has unveiled its latest CD project, “Going Strong,” but has had few opportunities to promote a work that took up about a year to put together.

“We had the CD around the first of June,” says Noblemen lead singer Garry Polston. “We just haven’t been able to sing since then.”

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Noblemen still singing to serve


The Noblemen. They are, from left, David Martin, Tracy Bertram, Garry Polston and Chris Daniel.


Quartet named best at Kentucky State Fair, but only seeks to lift the name of Christ

By John Herndon,

When The Noblemen take the stage at Graefenburg Christian Church on Dec. 29, it will be a sort of a full circle homecoming for long-time bass singer David Martin.

“The first church I ever sang in, outside of our (home) church, was Graefenburg Christian,” Martin smiles. “That was 51 years ago, in 1968. It was in the old building, but that was the first place I sang.”

Martin remembers that he sang the Gaither classic, “Born to Serve the Lord” that night.

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