Lead Vocalist

Television appearances include:
-NBC Dateline News Special
-The Ralph Emery Show
-Tammy Wynette,  ” Country Music”  Television Special
-Crook and Chase Show
-Music City Tonight
-Opry Backstage
-Grand Old Opry
-America Comes to Graceland
-Jerry Lewis, Television Telethon
-Statler Brothers Television Show
-Elvis Presley’s  Anniversary
-Elvis – He Touched Me Video
-Elvis – Tribute To GospelMusic
-PBS – Love Songs by Elvis Presley
-Elvis – The Concert Tour – 1996 – 2007

-Elvis –  The Musical –  2014 – 2018

Television appearances: 

 ” Ladies and gentlemen,  please make welcome,  my friend,  Ed Enoch,  the best and most powerful,  lead vocalist in the world”.   
                                                                                                                     -On stage introduction by Elvis Presley 


Ed Enoch is a legendary vocalist in the music industry.  His professional capabilities and dynamic,  powerful voice,  have earned him much respect.    He is a  successful businessman – entertainer – and a leading – legendary Gospel music artist.

Ed creates an imposing presence.   His strong lead voice is powerful,  inspiring and clearly recognizable.
His voice has been imitated but never duplicated.  The ” sound”  of the Stamps Quartet  is attributed to the amazing  lead vocals of Ed Enoch’s  distinctive lead voice.

Ed grew up in a small town East of Nashville, Tennessee where  he has never forgotten his roots.
Ed attributes his music success to a Christian heritage where he began singing in church at a very early age where  a realness of faith in God was instilled.   “All things are possible” through God.

Ed began his early professional music career in 1969 as Baritone vocalist of  The Stamps Quartet  and later became Lead vocalist and road manager for the group.  In 2003  Ed Enoch was granted the official ownership of the historical Stamps Quartet name by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, D.C.

The Stamps Quartet began working as back up vocalist for “the world’s greatest entertainer, Elvis Presley,”  in February 1971. The Stamps  toured and recorded with Elvis until his untimely death in August 1977.

Ed Enoch states,  “Working for Elvis Presley was a wonderful experience.  Elvis was a class act and his love for the Lord and his fellow-man, was beyond compare”.

It was a very humbling experience for Ed Enoch to sing on stage,  listening to his friend, Elvis Presley,  introducing him to the audience:
“Ladies and gentlemen, please make welcome,  my friend,  Ed Enoch,  the best and most powerful lead vocalist in the world”.

Ed Enoch states,  “Elvis was a kind and enduring friend.”    Every night after Elvis’ concerts,  the Stamps Quartet were summoned to his hotel suite where we sang Gospel music with Elvis until sunrise for Elvis’ special guests:   Charlton Heston -Art Linkletter – Jack Lord – Rex Humbard,  Mohamaed Ali,  and Tom Jones, to  name a few.

“I will never forget Elvis Presley as a wonderfully talented, kind and compassionate friend.  It’s very important for the Stamps Quartet to keep the memory of our friend, Elvis Presley  alive.   We will  always love him and treasure our memories with Elvis”.

Throughout his legendary career, Ed Enoch has sung backup vocals for television,  concert appearances  and recording sessions with various country music artists:

Country Music Superstar,  Alan Jackson –  “Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the year.”
“The First Lady of Country Music”,          Ms.  Tammy Wynette.
“Country Music Legend”,                            Ms. Loretta Lynn
“Country Music Artist”,                               Ms. Brenda Lee
“Country Music Legends”,                          Conway Twitty – Ferlin Husky – Jerry Lee Lewis – Willie Nelson –   Ronnie Milsap – B.J. Thomas – Jerry Reed – Faron Young
“Country Music Artist”,                               Ronnie McDowell

“Soul Singer,”                                                Reverend “Big Al” Green

“Pop Artist”,                                                   Neil Sedaka

“Pop Artist”,                                                   Ms. Leslie Ughams

“The Singing Governor  and songwriter  from Louisiana,  “The Honorable, Jimmie Davis”

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet performed in concert with the prestigious, Memphis Symphony Orchestra, and  various Symphonic,   Pops  and Philarmonic Orchestras,  nationally and internationally.

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet were special guests in concert with Elvis – The Musical,  produced and directed by Mr. Bernhard Kurz, at the Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany,  during July and August 2014 through 2018.   The Stamps Quartet will be special guests, Feb. 2015 through May 2018,  touring with  “Elvis – The Musical”,  in Germany, Sweden, Denmark, and Austria, and Belg 

Ed Enoch performed with the Stamps Quartet in prestigious venues:
Radio City Music Hall,        New York City
Madison Square Garden,   New York City
The Astrodome,                   Houston, TX
The Silver Dome,                 Pontiac, MI
Wembley Arena,                  London, England
Grand Old Opry,                  Nashville, TN
The Estrel Conv. Center     Berlin, Germany

And many  prestigious venues throughout  Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada, Hawaii and the United States.

Ed Enoch ‘s proficieny in singing the music of the “World’s Greatest Entertainer”,   Elvis Presley,  has resulted in a long professional friendship
with the management of Graceland / EPE, Inc.,   and SEG  Events,  Beverly Hills, California.

2018 Marks Ed Enoch’s forty-ninth anniversary singing Professional Gospel Music.

August 2003,  Ed Enoch was granted the official trademark of ownership for the historical Stamps Quartet name from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, D.C.

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet  toured with  “Elvis – The Concert”   from 1995 to 2008 .

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet have been featured in concert,   From 2014 to 2018, overseas in  Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Austria, and the Netherlands,  with the very successful and exciting,  “Elvis-The Musical”, written, produced and directed by  Mr. Bernhard Kurz,

The Star Spangled Banner,   was sung by the Stamps Quartet at the Kansas City Chiefs Football game, Kansas City, Mo.

Ed Enoch and the Stamps Quartet were featured many times  singing live on the Grand Old Opry, Nashville, TN, to  sold out audiences of 5,600 people.

Ed Enoch is a member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame and  the Gospel Music Association.

Grammy and Dove Awards –  “Best Gospel Group”  and “Best Gospel Albums”

Ed Enoch and J.D. Sumner & the Stamps   were featured live –  and  were the first Gospel quartet to sing to an audience, world-wide, televised via satellite, on Elvis Presley’s famous,  “Aloha From Hawaii”,  live concert performance and movie,  January 1973.

Ed Enoch was a featured vocalist in Elvis Presley’s movies,  “Aloha From Hawaii”  and  “Elvis On Tour”  a Golden Globe Award-winning American musical  documentary motion picture released by MGM in 1972.

Ed Enoch was featured on various  Gaither Homecoming Videos   “Elvis-He Touched Me”  video;   Elvis Presley  Anniversary Videos,  The Presleys
and Love Songs of Elvis Presley.



Joe is the son of an Evangelist  and  grew up in a musical family.  His family’s  love for Gospel music  encouraged him to sing at a very early age.

Joe has been actively involved with Christian music his entire life.

He has participated in music and ministry in his local church as well as having been on the
road with some of the greatest names in Gospel music.

Currently,  and for the past  three years, Joe is a tremendous asset to the Stamps as Baritone vocalist,
during  which time he has  toured nationally and internationally with the “Legendary – World Famous”  Stamps Quartet,   backup vocalists for Elvis Presley 1971 – 1977.
When Joe isn’t on the road touring with the Stamps Quartet  he is involved in a solo ministry.

January 30, 2013 – Joe participated  with the Stamps Quartet  singing backup vocals on
“Country Music Superstar” Alan Jackson’s new Gospel recording,  Precious Memories Volume II.
(May 18,2014 – Congratulations to Alan Jackson in winning the 2014 Billboard Music Award for the
“Best Christian Album”,  Precious Memories Volume II.)


Baritone Vocalist


Bass Vocalist

Michael Means, is the bass vocalist of the “Legendary – World Famous” Stamps Quartet,Nashville, Tennessee,    backup vocalist for Elvis Presley, 1971-1977.

Michael  has toured nationally and internationally with the Stamps for four years and he is a tremendous asset to the Stamps.   His “rich bass vocals” compliments the sound of the Stamps Quartet.
Michael is definitely not a stranger to Gospel music.

Surrounded by a Christian family and friends,  Michael grew up singing in church at a very early age.

Michael graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a Degree in Hospitality Management.    Shortly after completing  his Degree,    Michael was chosen as  the bass vocalist for the  premier Gospel group    ” The Opryland Quartet”,   performing  regularly on the Grand Old Opry,  Nashville, Tennessee.  Later they became  known as the “Cumberland Quartet”.

The Cumberland Quartet became Silver Dollar City’s,   Gospel group in Branson, Missouri,  and  performed three  shows daily,  six days a week, along with a Sunday evening Gospel show.

The Cumberland Quartet were show-cased and assisted with hosting  the legendary Gary McSpadden,
on the Gospel  Jubliee, television show.

While touring with the Cumberland Quartet,  Michael had the opportunity to sing on  Gaither Music Videos,  and also sung on the Main Stage at the National Quartet Convention.

January 30, 2013 –  Michael,  along with the Stamps Quartet,  sung backup vocals on Country Music Superstar Alan Jackson’s new Gospel recording,   Precious Memories Volume II.       (May 18, 2014 –  Congratulations to Alan Jackson in winning the 2014 Billboard Music Award for  “Best Christian Album”,  Precious Memories Volume II.)

Music is a universal thing that can unite and change lives; No one knows this more than Bobby Davenport. Having been born into community, and family surrounded by music, Bobby fell in love, with the songs of the church, at an early age. While others would play sports and spend their time being kids, Bobby felt drawn to spend countless hours listening to gospel music and learning to play several instruments all on his own.

Bobby began traveling full time in Southern Gospel music at just 10 years old, Playing piano, and Singing Tenor for Latter Rain (a southern gospel group comprised of youth under the ages of 17). Through the years Bobby has traveled with numerous Dove Award & Grammy Nominated Groups, As well as forming the Award Winning Trio Adams Call, With whom he still travels with When Not Traveling the world with The Stamps Quartet.

Bobby’s versatile tenor vocals have rounded out the exciting legendary sound of the Stamps Quartet since 2016, while touring Internationally.