Southern Gospel Singers Who Have Died

AKRON, Ohio (BP)–Legendary bass singer George Younce, a two-time inductee into the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame, died April 11 at Akron City Hospital. “In my 30 years of ministry, I have.

Southern Gospel Music’s legendary Vestal Goodman died Saturday evening in Orlando. (click for more) Glenn and Cindy Adamz of Hixson have been called to serve in the Thailand Bangkok mission of The.

It asked whether readers would rather have a CD with music by a single favorite. and Roger Bennett after their previous Southern gospel quartet— the legendary Cathedral Quartet — retired. Bennett.

Linda Hopkins, a Tony Award-winning singer and actress who brought a full-throated, gospel-driven spirit to her concert performances and long-running Broadway musicals, died April 10 in Milwaukee.

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Try Southern gospel music locally. A small army of fans — 800 to 900. "It’s Wilbur’s events that have been really impressive as far as turnouts," Henry says. So what’s the appeal? Wilbur Daniels.

(BP)–Legendary Southern gospel music groups. after Steve died of cancer. "It was very hard when Dad passed away," Shane said. "I thought about closing down the ministry and doing something else.

(BP)–Legendary Southern gospel music groups. after Steve died of cancer. "It was very hard when Dad passed away," Shane said. "I thought about closing down the ministry and doing something else.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Gospel singer LaBreeska Hemphill, who with West Monroe native Joel Hemphill co-founded the award-winning family group The Hemphills, has died in Nashville, Tennessee. She was 75. A.

Legendary gospel artist Edwin Hawkins has died at 74. Hawkins is best known for groundbreaking gospel arrangements, particularly "Oh Happy Day." Hawkins’ publicist Bill Carpenter told the Associated.

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Harold Lane, Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame member and co-founder of the Gospel Harmony Boys in 1952, died June 6 in Nashville, Tenn. He was 82. His career as a singer, composer and arranger.

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Elmer Elijah Mackall, 81, a Chesapeake Bay musician since age 5 who became renowned in Southern Maryland and beyond as a church pianist and gospel singer, died Sunday of emphysema. are folklorists.

The singers are dressed. soulful, Southern gospel quartet singing, and I feel like these guys do it better than anybody in the world. So when Jimmy inevitably steps aside, I feel like we will still.

CHICAGO (AP) – Jessy Dixon, a singer and songwriter who introduced his energetic style of gospel music to wider audiences by serving as pop singer Paul Simon’s opening act, died Monday. Several of.

Many people enjoy good gospel. music – they always have and always will. That’s the belief of gospel music promoter Don Dortch, who, with the support of J.C. Kirby & Son Funeral Chapels, is.

GREENFIELD — Jim Thompson and Richard Luke huddle by the laptop, trying to turn up the sound on the music to accompany. made of up southern gospel artists from Indiana and adjoining states.

Gospel singer Edwin Hawkins died at his California home on Monday, according to the New York Times. The singer, who is best known for the timeless gospel song "Oh Happy Day," was 74 years old. A.

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