The Jordanaires
Genres:
Country, Religious
Meta styles:
Country-Pop, Traditional Country, Traditional Gospel
Styles:
Country Gospel, Country-Pop, Gospel, Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan

Members The group formed in 1948, with members Bill Matthews (first tenor), Bob Hubbard (second tenor/lead), Bill's brother Monty Matthews (baritone), Culley Holt (bass), and pianist Bob Money. After three years, Money was replaced by new pianist Gordon Stoker. This lineup lasted until 1952; at that time, Bob Hubbard was drafted and was replaced by Hoyt Hawkins. Later that year, Monty and Bill Matthews left. Hawkins switched to baritone, and new lead Neal Matthews, Jr. was recruited. Don Bruce came in as a new first tenor; however, he was drafted the next year.

Christmas To Elvis

Christmas To Elvis

Tracks:
7
Bitrate:
160 kbps