Jackie Moore - Baritone
I have been a lifelong member of Concord United Methodist Church and have always had a love for music. I am a 1977 graduate of Lonoke High School and earned an Associates Degree in Business Administration at ASU-Beebe. My wife, Donna, and I live in Lonoke and have been married for 33 years. We have three daughters and three lovely grandchildren. My mom played piano at church, and at a young age, I began singing in a trio with my sister and cousin. I sang in the men's choir and on occasion filled in as song leader. After retiring from AT&T, three friends and I formed a quartet. I was blessed with an opportunity to join HHQ in January 2015. There is nothing better than sharing GOD through song and seeing the smiles on the faces of the people. It has been a great blessing.
Garret Southerland - Bass
Music has always been a major part of my life, particularly Southern Gospel music. When I was a young child I can remember my dad going to the Christian bookstore and buying all of the latest quartet cassettes. I’ve listened to many styles of music “but there is none so dear as when I hear an old convention song.” I originally sang with HHQ as a baritone, and I am now fortunate to be able to return to them singing bass. It is an honor to be able to worship God in four part harmony with my friends.
I have been married to Courtney Southerland for 5 years and we have two children, Colton and Aubree. Courtney and I graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with education degrees. We now live in Emerson, AR where I coach basketball, tennis, and track, teach social studies, and Courtney teaches fourth grade.
Tom Hollman - Lead
I was privileged to be one of the founding members of Hallelujah Harmony Quartet in 2005. When Darrell Tullos invited me to sing with the Hallelujah Harmony Quartet it was a lifelong dream come true for me. I had been singing and leading worship in church for years, but I always thought God had something else for me. When Darrell invited me to sing with the quartet I knew it was the opportunity to use the voice God blessed me with to bring Him praise and glory. It was also a great chance to show Christ to as many people as possible. It has been a wonderful ride so far, and I am looking forward to many more years in the future.
Bob Presswood - Tenor
I grew up in a preachers house listening to Southern Gospel music my whole life. Although I made a profession of faith at the age of five, it wasn't until I was eighteen that God really got a hold of my heart, and I accepted Him as my Savior. I went to Bible College, then was ordained as a Baptist minister. After serving as a youth pastor for a few years, I joined the US Army. I served 12 months in Iraq and 13 months in Afghanistan. I came home and received a medical retirement from the Army in 2014. I have always had a passion for southern gospel music and am grateful to God for showing me that I have not been shelved, and can proclaim His message through song.