The Triumphant Quartet (formerly Integrity Quartet until 2005) is a United States Southern Gospel group that performed at the The Miracle Theater in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. They sang at the theater from 2003-2005, when it was known as The Louise Mandrell Theater. They now travel on a full-time concert schedule.

The group consists of David Sutton (tenor), Clayton Inman (lead), Scott Inman (baritone), Eric Bennett (bass), and Jeff Stice (pianist). They are known for being one of the only, if not the only, full-time Southern Gospel quartet to have the longest time of traveling without a vcal change in their line-up.

Their songs, "I Bring You Forgiveness," "Don't Let the Sandals Fool Ya," "Hey, Jonah," "The Great I Am Still Is," "The Old White Flag", and "When the Trumpet Sounds" were given Singing News Fan Awards nominations for Favorite Song of the Year in 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 respectively. The group signed with Daywind Records in 2004, home to other artists like the Perrys, Greater Vision, and Brian Free & Assurance. At the 2009 Singing News Fan Awards, the group was bestowed the honor of the "Favorite Traditional Male Quartet" award by the magazine's readers. In 2010, Triumphant Quartet announced that they had signed with Mansion Entertainment. Their first album under the Mansion Entertainment record company is called, "Love Came Calling." Triumphant Quartet is represented exclusively by the Dominion Agency of Waynesville, NC 828-454-5900 www.dominionagency.com

Group Members

Lead: Clayton Inman (2002-present),

Baritone: Scott Inman (2002-present),

Tenor: David Sutton (2002-present),

Bass: Eric Bennett (2002-present),

Piano: Jeff Stice (2002-present)