The Bill Gaither Trio began in 1956 with Bill, his brother Danny and their sister Mary Ann. In 1964, Mary Ann left the trio and was replaced by Bill's wife Gloria. In 1977, Danny left and was replaced by Gary McSpadden. Gary left in late 1988 and was replaced by Michael English until the trio disbanded around 1991.
Dottie Rambo Dottie Rambo (March 2, 1934 — May 11, 2008) was an American Southern Gospel singer, songwriter, and musician. Rambo was both a Grammy and Dove award winning artist. She penned more than twenty-five
Jessy Dixon born (March 12, 1938 in San Antonio, Texas) is an American gospel singer, songwriter, and pianist, with success among audiences across racial lines. He has three Gold albums and seven Grammy nominations.
Lynda Randle was born and raised in Washington, D.C. Growing up a part of the D.C. inner-city culture, Lynda experienced a pain and anguish that can rarely be imagined by the majority of Christian-America Since giving her life to the Lord Jesus Christ, He has used the scars of her youth to bring a distinct depth and richness to her ministry.
The Blackwood Brothers The 'Blackwood Brothers Quartet' is the famous American gospel music singing group. They formed in 1934 in the midst of the Great Depression when preacher Roy Blackwood moved his family back home to Mississippi. His brothers Doyle and James (only 15 at the time) already had some experience singing with Vardaman Ray and Gene Catledge.