Tim Reutebuch, a baritone, is a member of the Emmanuel Quartet, a group that began when he and Joey Davis began singing together in a male quartet at Highland Academy in Tennessee. Both he and Davis, now joined by two more recent members, continue to make music with a quartet that sings religious music with a cappella barbershop-style harmony.
Reutebuch was born in Anderson, Indiana. Music was a primary activity in his home and he and his two siblings frequently sang together. He sang in choirs from his earliest years and frequently auditioned for solo parts. When he was fifteen, the family moved to Portland, Tennessee, where he enrolled at Highland Academy.
After graduating from academy, and marrying, he and his wife, Rebekah, moved to the Ooltewah, Tennessee, area, where they and their two daughters and son now reside. When not singing with the quartet, he works for McKee Foods Co. and with the Boy Scouts of America, an organization his son is a member of and one that Reutebuch has been with since his childhood.
Source: Emmanuel Quartet website, 2010.