Clayton Inman talks about Triumphant’s newest CD, one that ‘bridges the gap’
By John Herndon, KentuckySings.com
COLD SPRING, Ky. – There’s not even a group photo on Triumphant Quartet’s latest album.
The album title, “Hymns & Worship” along with the obligatory song titles and credits are there, but nothing else. Nothing, that is, other than a quote from the Old Testament book of Numbers.
“The Lord bless you and keep you;
The Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you;
The Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace.”
– Numbers 6:24-26, New International Version ®
It’s more than fitting.
After all, Triumphant Quartet is about praising God and bringing people to a closer relationship to Him. Nothing more. Nothing less.
So yes, Triumphant’s newest project might seem to be somewhat different from anything the quartet has done, but the core of what someone hears is the same as it’s always been.
“It’s only different because people come to hear their favorite songs – ‘White Flag,’ ‘Somebody Died for Me,’” Triumphant lead singer Clayton Inman reflected shortly after the group sang before a full house at First Baptist Church of Cold Spring on March 16. “We have those songs and still sing those songs, but we were looking to do something that would bridge the gap.”Continue reading “Just praising and worshiping God”