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The Perrys are a professional Southern Gospel quartet based in Gallatin, TN.

The group formed on December 25, 1970 with Randy Perry and his sisters Debbie and Libbi in Georgia. In the mid-80’s, the group signed with former pianist for the Happy Goodman Family, Eddie Crook on his, then new, Morning Star Records label. Also during this time Libbi met and married Tracy Stuffle who would become the group’s bass singer.

Eventually Debbie left the group to rear her family and the Perrys were joined by soprano singer Denise Helton. During this time the Perrys experienced enormous growth in their popularity with such songs as “I Remember The Day”, “I’ll Go On”, “The Mountain”, “He Knows How”, “Get Involved”, “This Is Just What Heaven Means To Me” (a remake of a classic Happy Goodman Family song) and “The Rock of Ages”.

In the mid-90’s, shortly after the release of the very popular “Grace” album, Randy Perry left the road to concentrate more on evangelistic work and Denise Helton would also leave the group to pursue other ventures. Nicole Watts and Barry Scott would come in to fill these spots. Barry Scott soon left the group and was replaced by Mike Bowling, a former member of the New Hinsons. In 1997, the group made a record label transition from their home of a dozen years, MorningStar Records, to Daywind records owned by Dottie Leonard Miller.


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