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It is the mission of Willow Creek Quartet to let our light shine before all men, that they will see His good works and glorify Him who is in heaven.  It is our desire to first glorify God through our witness and our song, then to see the lost come to salvation and the saved to receive renewed strength.  We are a group of men who love God and strive to do His work and His will. 

We ask for your support in prayer as we travel just down the road or across the country sharing God's word in song.


John Richardson, Group Manager and Baritone


I live in Rossville, Georgia with the love of my life, Betty.  I endeavor to live the mission of Willow Creek Quartet, which is to let our light shine and sing praise unto God, giving Him all the glory.  I want to see people ask Jesus into their heart.  Jesus said, "Behold, I stand at the door and knock:  if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me." - Revelations 3:20 KJV

Please keep Willow Creek Quartet in your prayers as we, as a group, follow the mission to preach the Word in song.




 Tony Aaron, Lead Vocals



 My Name is Tony Aaron, I am 50 years old, I was born without a mouth.  They wanted to put me in Vanderbilt  hospital but my mother had a different plan.  She took me to church and they laid me on the altar and prayed for me and I developed  a mouth.  I started playing and singing at eight years old in church.  Later started playing  professionally at thirteen with my family.  And now I have been playing and singing ever since.  I Thank God for His many blessings. 





 David Lyons, Bass Vocals

Formerly of Damascus Road, I come from a background of choir and group singing.  I have been a member of Pine Grove Baptist for over 30 years.


Don Bethune, Tenor


  Psalm 95: I says, O come, let us sing unto the Lord. Let us make a joyful noise to the Rock of our salvation.


Music has always been a very important part of my life. From singing in the church choir as a child, being a music director and singing solo or with a group. I am so honored that God has granted me the opportunity to sing with Willow Creek Quartet. I was saved in August of 1979 and it is my desire to see souls come to Jesus and know that they have a home in heaven after this life is over. I pray that as we sing, we present Jesus and His saving grace to a lost world.

I am so thankful for my wife, Pat and our family that supports me in this music mission.

To God be the Glory, great things He has done.