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Mylon R. LeFevre (born October 6, 1944) is an American Christian rock singer best known for his work with his band Mylon and Broken Heart. He is a member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. He currently travels around the United States, ministering, teaching and singing. He sometimes can be seen on television networks, such as TBN and Daystar.
More Albums by The LeFevres. Gospel Music USA. Artist: The LeFevres. Sort by. Released Date Album Name Artist Name Released Number.
Black Gospel Spirituals Traditional Gospel Gospel. Close Harmony, Vol 1: 1920 - 1955 A History of Southern Gospel Music.
The Grammy Award for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards. According to the 54th Grammy Awards description guide it is designed for solo, duo/groups or collaborative (vocal or instrumental) gospel or Contemporary Christian music (CCM) and its subgenres' recordings and is limited to singles or tracks only.
Album · 2004 · 14 Songs. 2. I've Found a Hiding Place. 3. Lead Me to That Rock. The Homeland Harmony Quartet. 4. Give the World a Smile.
The LeFevres, or The Singing LeFevres, were an American Southern gospel singing group, active for nearly 50 years in the middle of the twentieth century. The LeFevres were a family from Smithville, Tennessee, and their singing group centered on brothers Urias (1910–1979) and Alphus (1912–1988). As children, they sang with their sister Maude until she married, then their sister Omega (Peggy) until she married; their career as an ensemble began in 1921.
Free download and listen The Iconic Artists Of Southern Gospel Music. Rex Nelon Singers - We Shall Wear A Robe And Crown 02:49. The LeFevres - Steppin' On The Clouds 02:02. Wendy Bagwell & The Sunliters - On My Mother's Side 02:50. The Blue Ridge Quartet - Haven Of Rest 02:59.
One of the greatest gospel singing groups EVER! . This song was written by Nancy Harmon and was one of the LeFevres biggest "hit" songs in 1972. It was recorded on the "New Sounds of The LeFevres" album. The "New Sounds" album was the first album recorded after Pierce left the group. Though this rec features Barbara Roach on the soprano, Barbara Dailey was the soprano you hear in the "New Sounds" record. Both do an excellent job.