With the addition of bass singer George Younce a year later, the Cathedral Trio became the Cathedral Quartet. 2007 - Roger Bennett, October 1982 - June 1983 - "Step Into the Water" September 1999. September 1996 The Happy Goodman Family, is a Southern gospel group that was founded in the 1940s by Howard "Happy" Goodman and performed together for several decades.  The group's final lineup consisted of Glen Payne (lead), George Younce (bass), Ernie Haase (tenor), Scott Fowler (baritone and bass guitar), and Roger Bennett (piano and rhythm guitar). © 2017 The Gospel Music Association. In 1963, Glen Payne, Bobby Clark, and Danny Coker became The Cathedrals, with George Younce joining in 1964. omorrow and went out on the road. Talley is best known for his time as a tenor singer with the legendary Gospel Quartet The Cathedrals, The Talleys, and also the family group The Hoppers, along with a very successful solo career as a singer and songwriter. In 1999, the Florida Boys were inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Kirk Lewis Talley, is an American Southern Gospel performer/songwriter. I've Just Started Living (1989) Mr. Clark was the last surviving member of the original lineup of the Cathedral Quartet. Live in Atlanta (1983) In 2000, former Cathedrals Scott Fowler and Roger Bennett formed the Southern gospel group Legacy Five; Fowler was the lead singer and bass guitarist, and Bennett was the group's emcee and pianist. Gaither enlisted George Younce and Glen Payne for the album (which inspired the Gaither Homecoming videos), and the Cathedral Quartet was included on later videos in the series. George Wilson Younce was an American bass singer, known for performing with Southern gospel quartets, especially The Cathedrals. The lineup of the band has changed several times. Lovin' God & Lovin' Each Other (Gaither Vocal Band album), Live in Fulton, Mississippi (Good Shepherd Quartet album). Land of the Living (1987) The Cathedrals formed in 1963 as a trio consisting of the California Weatherford Quartet lead singer Glen Payne, tenor Bobby Clark, and baritone Danny Koker. With Wolfe at the piano and singing, the group contributed to Symphony of Praise a 1987 album with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. After the retirement of the Cathedrals, he co-founded Legacy Five along with former Cathedral pianist Roger Bennett. For the books collectively known by this title, see, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Southern Gospel History | C / CathedralQuartet", "The Cathedral Quartet - Biography & History", "George W. Younce obituary, Akron Beacon Journal", George Amon Webster – baritone, bass guitar, Victor Clay: rhythm guitar (occasional appearances from 1964).