Multi-Group Reunions

Any readers in the Nashville area, you have an opportunity tonight and tomorrow to check out some mini-reunions of several groups, including the Singing Americans (Danny Funderburk, Scott Whitener, Ed Hill, and Dewayne Burke), and the Stamps (Bill Baize, Donnie Sumner, Ed HIll, with Gene McDonald filling JD’s part) tonight.  Then tomorrow afternoon there is a matinee headlined by a Prophets reunion with Ed Hill, Chico Nix, Carl Sanders, Butch Sanders, Gary Scott, and Nick Bruno.  Tomorrow night is headlined by an Imperials reunion featuring Armond Morales, Jim Murray, David Will, and Jeff Walker (who sounded like a young Russ Taff when he was with the group in the mid 90s).

All this is happening in Goodlettsville, TN.  You can find more information at www.gospellegendsreunion.com.  It definitely sounds intriguing!

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4 Responses to Multi-Group Reunions

  1. David Bruce Murray says:

    That’s an odd concept for a “reunion” of the Singing Americans, since that lineup wasn’t together at the same time. Whitener was Hill’s replacement.

    • David Bruce Murray says:

      Same deal with the Imperials. Jim Murray and Jeff Walker weren’t in the group at the same time…

      • Wes Burke says:

        Noticed that too…the Prophets lineup is a bit strange as well. Still, would be neat to hear. Walker sounds a lot like Taff, so that will make for a familiar sound.

  2. Nancy Carollo says:

    The lineups may not be correct, but the event was amazing!

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