Biography

ED ENOCH - Lead Singer, Owner, Manager
This year 2009 - marks Ed Enoch’s 40th year singing Gospel music. In August 2003, Ed Enoch was granted the official trademark of ownership for the historical Stamps Quartet name from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, DC.

Ed Enoch is a legendary vocalist in the music industry. His professional capabilities and dynamic and powerful voice have earned him much respect. He is a very successful businessman - entertainer - and a leading Gospel music artist. He creates an imposing presence. His lead voice is strong - powerful - inspiring and clearly recognizable in the music industry.

Ed grew up in a small town East of Nashville, Tennessee. He has never forgotten his roots. Ed attributes his music success to a Christian upbringing where he sang in church and it instilled in him a realness of faith in God - and through God, “all things are possible”.

Ed began his early professional music career singing with Gospel music legend, Jake Hess in Nashville, TN. In 1969, Ed joined the Stamps Quartet. The Stamps Quartet became backup vocalist for the “world’s greatest entertainer“, Elvis Presley, from February 1971 until August 1977. During his shows, Elvis introduced Ed Enoch from the stage as: “The best and most powerful lead singer in the world”.

Ed Enoch has sung backup vocals for various country music artists:
“The First Lady of Country Music, Tammy Wynette”.
Country Music Legends: Loretta Lynn - Jerry Lee Lewis - Willie Nelson - Ronnie Millsap - B.J. Thomas - Ferlin Husky - Brenda Lee.
Blue Grass Artist: Ricky Skaggs
Pop Artist: Leslie Ughams .
And the “Singing Governor of Louisiana” Jimmie Davis.

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet have sung with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and other orchestras nationally and internationally during Elvis Presley Memorial Celebrations.

Ed Enoch has performed along with the Stamps Quartet in prestigious venues such as
Radio City Music Hall, New York City - the Astrodome, Houston, Texas - the Silver Dome,
Pontiac, Michigan - Madison Square Garden, New York City - Texas State Fair Main Stage - Wimbley Arena, London, England - and many other prestigious venues throughout Europe,
Asia and Australia.

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet sang the National Anthem, at the Kansas City Chiefs
Football game.

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet sang live - many times on the Grand Old Opry,
Nashville, Tennessee.

Ed Enoch is a member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and the Gospel Music Association.

Ed Enoch received a Grammy Award and several nominations for Grammy and Dove Awards.

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet were the first Gospel quartet to sing to a worldwide
audience, televised via satellite, on Elvis Presley’s famous, “Aloha From Hawaii” concert
performance and video. Ed Enoch was also featured on the video, “Elvis On Tour”.

Ed Enoch was featured on various Gaither Homecoming videos, Elvis - He Touched Me video,
Elvis Presley’s 25th Anniversary video.

Television appearances include: NBC Dateline News Special. The Ralph Emery Show,
Crook and Chase, Grand Old Opry. Additional television appearances: CBS - NBC - ABC - TNN-
TBN - PBS - GMT.


Brian Worley - Tenor Singer
Brian grew up in a musical family where he was constantly surrounded by the sounds of smooth four part harmony coming from the classic southern gospel quartet greats. Starting at a young age, Brian began singing with his family quartet until 2005 when he joined the Forgiven Trio. This opportunity gave him the chance to share the stage with many of the gospel greats he admired all his life. In 2006, Brian returned to sing with his family group, The Worley Quartet. In September 2008, Brian’s life long dream was fulfilled when he was asked to join the legendary Stamps Quartet as their tenor vocalist.


Brandon Barry - Bass Singer
At the age of 16, Brandon Barry began singing in a quartet with friends at his church in Chattanooga, Tennessee. After graduating high school, Brandon sang with a regional Gospel group from Knoxville, Tennessee for four years. Brandon later joined the Old Paths Quartet, from Atlanta, Georgia where he sang bass for almost three years. In September 2008, Brandon joined the legendary Stamps Quartet as bass vocalist. During his professional career, Brandon was awarded the “Bass Vocalist of The Year” award for 2004, 2006, 2007, and was nominated for “Bass Vocalist of The Year” and “Favorite Young Artist” for 2008, by the E.T.A.G.M.



Edited by CBW74 on 27 Jul 2010, 19:55

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