Majestic Heights Qt Music





The Majestic Heights Quartet is a Tri-Cities, TN based Southern Gospel Quartet. The group was formed in November 2003 when Steve Lowe and Russell Bennett were both feeling that God wanted to use their talents beyond the walls of their home church. “Singing in a quartet has always been a dream of mine,” says Lowe, the group’s bass singer. “Steve and I had been involved in the music program at our home church and sang together some,” begins Bennett, “So when he invited me to sing lead, I was thrilled.”

From the start, The Majestic Heights Quartet’s mission has been to “Proclaim God’s Word in Song”. The current line up of the group is rounded out with Marty Ricker singing tenor and Chip Thomason filling the baritone spot. Each member contributes to the working of the quartet aside from singing their part. Steve handles the website and Russell creates the graphics for the web, CD covers, etc. Marty, who is a local radio personality, does a good amount of the emcee work and acts a resident joke teller. Chip, a multi-talented musician and songwriter, provides the quartet with custom tracks. Most importantly, each member of The Majestic Heights Quartet brings with them a love of God and Southern Gospel music. “God has a task for each of us to fulfill. He has led me to this group of dedicated men to help spread His word thru song that more people will accept the forgiveness of our risen Savior and be able to escape the eternal flames of hell.”

These men have stepped out in faith concerning their ministry and God has continuously supplied the needs of the quartet. “From equipment to singers to venues, God has provided what we need, when we’ve needed it,” states Bennett. speaking of God’s timing, Majestic Heights Quartet completed their first CD entitled “The Heavenly Parade” this past spring. This recording is a collection of old standard Southern Gospel songs with new arrangements. “The crowds really respond to these old familiar classics, as well as some of the more modern songs we perform,” comments Lowe, In a live setting, audiences have been able to sing a long, clap, cry, shout and have a good time in the Lord through the song selections presented by the quartet. “We tell them to get a red back church hymnal and sing along because the words won’t be up on a screen, ” laughs Marty. If you attend one of their services, plan to be minister to and entertained.

MHQ focuses their effort on local churches of varying sizes, but have also appeared at variety of venues. They have been the opening act for a Bristol White Sox minor league baseball game, helped with benefit causes such as local church and fire department fund raisers, and been asked to wait before they start the next song, so “we can get another cake walk in.” But no matter what size the crowd the guys give it their all. “We hope that a seed may be sown, even in the smallest crowd. The most thrilling times are when someone comes to the altar. I may be to get saved or maybe to lay a burden down…no matter it is great to know that something that was said or a lyric sung touched someone thought the moving of God’s Spirit,: States Bennett


Russell C. Bennett
104 Dellwood Lane
Gray, TN 37615
Phone: (423) 477.3143
Phone: (423) 773-6927

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Isaiah 61:1-2 The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound; To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD, and the day of vengeance of our God; to comfort all that mourn;

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