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4 One Quartet
Southern Classics We Grew Up On
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4 ONE Quartet, Reed City, Michigan. Full time southern gospel male quartet.

Artist on cover reads: Dave Brubeck Quartet, Trio and Duo. Flipback cover. Other Versions (5 of 22) View All.

The California based quartet soon marked their place in the industry as premier balladeers. Their second single, I Swear, claimed the billboard Hot 100 spot for 11 consecutive weeks, while sales sky rocketed to hold the selling single status in 1994 and third most successful single of the rock era. I Swear STILL holds a spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 as one of the most successful singles of all time and has been named by ASCAP as one of the greatest love songs of the 20th Century. View all. 2 following. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume. Drop your files here.

See every 4 One Quartet concert. Genres: Southern Gospel Male Quartet. Band Members: Jim Quales, Will Funk, Dave Randall, John Croy, Jim Quales (Lead Singer, Co-Owner, Manager), John Croy (Tenor Singer), George Pushcar (Baritone Singer), Hank Vander Loon (Bass Singer).

38 Special: Wild-Eyed Southern Boys (1981) Southern Rock had a pop side, too, and 38 Special’s 1981 album marked the beginning of the Jacksonville band’s dominance on that front. It was the first of the band’s albums to sell more than a million copies, and it yielded three singles that charted. 4. Drive-By Truckers: Southern Rock Opera (2001) Mike Cooley and Patterson Hood both grew up in the Quad Cities (aka the Shoals) of northwest Alabama. Hood’s father, David, was the bassist in the legendary Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section that played on records by Aretha Franklin, The Rolling Stones, the Staple Singers, Paul Simon, Jimmy Cliff and many more.