Group Members

(Partial List)

Tenor
John Rulapaugh (1995-1998)

Lead
Tommy Watley (199?-1998)

Baritone
Slade Alday (1995-1998)

Bass
Anthony Morrison (199?-1998)

Piano
Slade Alday (1995-1998)

Acoustic Guitar
Keith Massey (199?-1998)

Proclaimers Quartet (198?s-1999 and 2000-2015)

History

The Proclaimers Quartet was based out of Columbus, Georgia. In the early 1999 the group disbanded. In early 2000s the group reorginazed and traveled full-time until 2015.

Discography

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1997 The Proclaimers Favorites (Custom Records): Great Gettin' Up Morning; Far Above The Starry Skies; Wayfarin Stranger; Where No One Stands Alone; Farther Along; He Is Mine; Happy Rhythm; Daystar; Old Time Religion; Hold Me (John Rulapaugh, Tommy Watley, Slade Alday, Anthony Morrison, Keith Massey).

1998 Redeemed (Custom Records): I'm Redeemed; It Is No Secret; I'll Fly Away; He Touched Me; Sweet Beulah Land; Amazing Grace; He Didn't Throw The Clay Away; I'm Feeling Mighty Fine; The Old Rugged Cross; In The Garden (John Rulapaugh, Tommy Watley, Slade Alday, Anthony Morrison, Keith Massey).
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