Nashville, TN (December 18, 2018) – Today, Gary Casto announces a major change to Tribute Quartet. Riley Harrison Clark, who has been with the group for almost nine years, will be leaving the group to pursue a solo career at the end of December. The last two concerts to feature Riley will be on December 29 and 31.

For nearly a decade, the talented tenor vocalist has performed with Tribute Quartet, which has earned multiple GMA Dove Award nominations and numerous No. 1 songs. His tenure with Tribute has afforded him a platform to sing on stages across the country and around the world, an opportunity that Riley does not take for granted.

“Gospel music would not know who Riley Harrison Clark was if it were not for Tribute Quartet,” shares Clark. “I am eternally grateful for Gary [Casto] taking a chance on me, as well as Josh [Singletary] and Anthony [Davis] for allowing me to share the stage with them night after night. It has been an unbelievable experience, and I know that big things lie ahead for them. However, the Lord has laid it on my heart that this is my time to step out and tell my story, and I am eager to do just that.”

“To say that we have been blessed to have had Riley Harrison Clark as a member of our team would be a major understatement,” states Gary Casto. “It has been a honor over the years to watch Riley, as well as the ministry, grow to what they are today. As a family, we are sad to see Riley leave. However, we are thrilled to witness the future the Lord has in store for him. We will be his biggest cheerleaders!”

Gus Gaches – a veteran of Gospel music and the recording arts – will fill the tenor vocalist position beginning January 2019.

Clark’s debut solo project, Welcome To Me, released this fall.

The Dove Award-nominated Tribute Quartet has become one of the most dynamic, beloved, and sought-after vocal groups in gospel music since their inception in 2006. In an ever-changing musical climate, the award-winning group has remained steadfast in their goal to make music that is both timely and relevant to the current musical scene and their fan base, while propelling their mission to share the Hope of the Gospel. With a career that has already spanned the U.S., as well as several foreign countries, Tribute continues to shine a light into a world in need of truth, hope, love and healing.

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