Bass vocalist, Chris Serlick, began singing at just 17 in a number of quartets in Florida. But duty called and he served our country for 20 years in the US Air Force before retiring in 2001. After leaving active duty, Chris formed Adoration Quartet and has traveled regionally for several years. His musical influences include some of Southern Gospel’s greatest bass singers such as Tim Riley, George Younce, and Jeff Chapman - who tutored Chris for some time. When not on the road, Chris enjoys spending quality time on the water or on the slopes with his wife Janay and children Chase and Fayth.
Tenor singer, James comes to Adoration Quartet from Whiteville, North Carolina. James grew up listening to southern gospel music and has sang and played with numerous southern gospel groups prior to joining Adoration. His easy going and humble personality perfectly compliment his smooth tenor voice. When not singing, James enjoys spending time with his wife Jamsy, son Austin, daughter Amber and grandson Avery.
Mark sings lead and is originally from Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Reared in Southern Gospel Music, as a teenager, he was a member of two regional groups that sang and traveled in Western Kentucky and neighboring states. At 18, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and served 21 years before retiring in 2005. Mark traveled with The Eastmen Quartet six years before joining Adoration Quartet. Away from singing, he enjoys spending time with his family, restoring vintage straight razors and riding his motorcycle. Mark and his wife Angela live in Jacksonville, North Carolina.