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Gospel Music Hall of Fame

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  • Alphus LeFevre (1912 - 1988)
    Singer, songwriter, composer, arranger, pianist, accordianist, guitarist, and violinist - Was a member of The LeFevre Trio and The Bible Training School Quartet - Gospel Music Hall Of Fame Inductee.
  • Eva Mae LeFevre (1917 - 2009)
    Eva sang alto and played piano for The LeFevres, a group founded by her husband, Urias. Named the First Lady of Gospel Music, Eva went on to sing and play piano for 86 years. Throughout her career, s...
  • Urias LeFevre (1910 - 1979)
    Founder and owner of the LeFevre Trio (later the Lefevres), Urias LeFevre was a force in Southern Gospel music for over 50 years. Originally singing with his brother Alphus and sister Maude, Urias marr...
  • John Wallace Fowler (1917 - 1994)
    John Wallace Fowler (February 15, 1917 – June 3, 1994), better known as Wally Fowler, was an American Southern gospel music singer, manager, and music promoter and businessman. He founded the Oak Ridge...
  • Eugene Monroe Bartlett, Sr (1883 - 1941)
    Skip Navigation Links Home / Browse / Bartlett, E. M. E. M. Bartlett (1885–1941) aka: Eugene Monroe Bartlett Sr. With the exception of his protégé, Albert E. Brumley, no other Arkansas figure contr...

Gospel Music Hall of Fame (with incomplete list of those inducted)

The Gospel Music Hall of Fame, created in 1971 by the Gospel Music Association, is a Hall of Fame dedicated exclusively to recognizing meaningful contributions by individuals and groups in all forms of gospel music.

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