What can be said about Steve Bridgmon that hasn't already been said? In 2001, Steve took the reigns as the manager and lead singer of Firm Foundation Quartet. With a 2003 Kentucky State Quartet of the Year award, a 2006 Dove Award ballot song "Something Better In Mind", a 2010 Music City Gospel Group of the Year Award, many #1 radio singles, several Singing News Charting songs, performing and ministering in over 35 states and 3 countries, Firm Foundation rose to the top of the premiere quartet southern gospel genre. In 2013, Steve prayerfully decided to take a break from traveling across the country to concentrate on furthering his education and launching a solo career. In April 2013, Steve was invited to sing the national anthem at the Lakers vs Mavericks NBA basketball game in Los Angeles, California at the world renowned entertainment capital Staples Center. In May 2013, he was invited to do solo sets on the Glory Gates Quartet Romanian Tour. Thousands of Europeans were introduced to Steve and his music.
His producer, Donna King, approached Steve about doing a solo project entitled "The Road Less Traveled". The songs picked for the album tell a story of a journey that many know all too well: a story of hope, forgiveness, and moving on. In late 2014, original members Mason Westerfield, Jeremy Calloway, and new member Adam Forsythe approached Steve about reforming The Firm Foundation Quartet, not only touring again, but recording a new album, which is already in the works. With Steve's new progressive solo project coming in the Fall of 2015 and a new Firm Foundation album out now, the music and ministry keep coming.
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