Fowler, Howard and Dustin are still touring today. Tenor Josh Cobb left in 2000; he was replaced by Tony Jarman, who stayed with the group until 2004. Frank Seamans has been with the group since 2004. In 2002, Bennett was again diagnosed with leukemia and spent some time off the road while the rest of the group continued touring. He was diagnosed several years ago.
He was in remission several times, and in 2005 was diagnosed with lymphoma. He had three bone marrow transplants since he was diagnosed. Roger Bennett continued to record with the group when he could and appeared at some of their concerts when his health allowed. Tim Parton, a pianist who produced the group's recent albums, officially joined the group in October 2006, originally to substitute for Bennett. Following Bennett's death on March 17, 2007, from complications related to leukemia, Fowler responded affirmatively when Danny Jones, the editor of Singing News, asked if the group would search for another pianist.
 Eight days later, Parton's "interim" tag was removed, as the group officially named him the regular pianist. They have performed with the Gaither Homecoming Friends as well as being a regular feature at the National Quartet Convention. They have been nominated for 40 Singing News Fan Awards. At the 2004 Fan Awards, the group won in the categories of Traditional Quartet, Baritone, Bass and Pianist. One of their best-known songs, "Heroes of the Faith", was composed by Roger Bennett, in honor of Glen Payne. The group is currently at work on another album entitled Know So Salvation due out in summer 2007. Discography * Strong in the Strength (1999) * Songs We Used to Sing (2000) * Heroes of the Faith (2001) * Heritage Vol. I (2001) * Heritage Vol. II (2002) * London (2003) * Live At The Palace with Greater Vision(2003) * Heritage Vol.
III (2004) * Monuments (2004) * A Little Taste of Heaven (2005) * A Capella (2006) * Live in Music City (2006) * Friday Night Favorites (2007) * Know So Salvation (due out 2007) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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