Malcolm Yelvington
Genres:
Country, Pop/Rock, R&B, Religious
Meta styles:
CCM/Contemporary Gospel, Honky Tonk, Rock & Roll/Roots, Soul, Traditional Gospel, Western Swing
Styles:
Contemporary Gospel, Country Soul, Gospel, Honky Tonk, Rockabilly, Western Swing

Malcolm Yelvington (b. Sept. 14, 1918, Covington, Tennessee - d. Feb. 21, 2001, Memphis, Tennessee) was an American country musician. He released a record on Sun Records in 1954, just after Elvis Presley. Yelvington began performing in local venues at the age of 14, having learned to sing and play guitar as a boy. His voice was a baritone, somewhat comparable to Ernest Tubb (one of Yelvington's major influences).

It's Me Baby

It's Me Baby

1
Year:
2006
Tracks:
28
Bitrate:
160 kbps
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