Date(s): Thursday, August 9, 2012, 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
The Primitive Quartet has been traveling and singing gospel music for many years, and they count it a joy and privilege to spread the gospel through song. The quartet was formed as a result of a fishing trip when the band members sat around the campfire at night and sang. They realized that they had four-part harmony, and from there they started singing at their home church and other local churches.
Today they travel approximately fifty thousand miles a year and do about one hundred fifty dates annually. Their music is the traditional mountain shape note style singing accompanied by acoustical instruments including the mandolin, banjo, fiddle, guitars and acoustic bass. For more information visit www.primitivequartet.com.
Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center Grand Hall