Legacy Five is a Southern gospel quartet founded by former Cathedral Quartet members
Roger Bennett and Scott Fowler in 2000, after the owners of the Cathedral Quartet, Glen Payne and George Younce, decided to retire in 1999. They have performed with the Gaither Homecoming Friends as well as being a regular feature at the National Quartet Convention.
They have been nominated for over 70 Singing News Fan Awards, including Best Traditional Male Quartet in 2004, and have won or been nominated for an award nearly every year. At the 2004 Fan Awards, the group won in the categories of Traditional Quartet, Baritone, Bass and Pianist. At the 2005 Fan Awards, Frank Seamans won the Horizon Individual Award. At the 2007 Fan Awards, Roger Bennett was posthumously awarded Favorite Musician Award. He had won it 15 times in a row, and is the holder of the record for most consecutive such awards to date. Glenn Dustin also won Favorite Bass, and the group’s Live In Music City album won Album of the Year. At the 2008 Fan Awards, the group won the Best Traditional Male Quartet Award one more time. At the 2010 Fan Awards, the Jubilee! project, by Legacy Five, Greater Vision and The Booth Brothers, won the Album of the Year Award. The group has also been nominated for a few GMA Dove Awards, and their Pure Love project was awarded Southern Gospel Album of the Year on the 2020 Dove Awards.
One of their best-known songs, “Heroes of the Faith”, was composed by Roger Bennett in honor of Glen Payne.  “Hello After Goodbye”, from their God’s Been Good project, was recorded in honor of Roger Bennett.