Sigmon/Bragg Form Sounds Of Jericho
March 1, 2013 Leave a comment
Two of the original members of The LeFevre Quartet, tenor Stephen Sigmon and bass Stacy Bragg, have announced the formation of a new quartet, Sounds Of Jericho. I have just received their debut CD and will be reviewing it soon. Here is the press release they sent out:
We would like to announce the formation of a new male quartet, Sounds Of Jericho. Sounds of Jericho founding members are Stacy Bragg, Stephen Sigmon, Ken Thomas, and Matt Tyler. Stacy and Stephen are not strangers to Southern Gospel Music, many will remember them as also being founding members of the 2006 Singing News Horizon Group of the Year, The LeFevre Quartet.
Stacy is one of Gospel Music’s finest bass singers, having tenure with several notable groups including The Statesmen and The LeFevre Quartet. Stephen spent almost 3 years as tenor with The LeFevre Quartet and prior to that was a member of a regional quartet, based in Georgia, for over 15 years. These men have teamed up with some very talented singers in Ken Thomas and Matt Tyler. Matt has over 18 years experience with the Peachland Quartet and Ken Thomas is a featured soloist at one of North Georgia’s largest churches, Blackshear Place Baptist Church.
“We are very excited about this new venture and we fully believe that God still has plans for us in the Southern Gospel Music Industry”, says Stephen Sigmon. “We have recently released our inaugural project, entitled The Story Of His Grace, and look forward to sharing our Story of Grace in concerts around the Southeast.”