Forget classified personals, speed dating, or other Tennessee dating sites or chat rooms, you've found the best!Latest activity in Tennessee Chat: The #4 Thread, Ne State Fair., Where do people actually chat now?Hugh was replaced by Ray Walker By 1950, the Jordanaires were known for their renditions of songs associated with both black and white gospel traditions, a genre they continued to work in after signing with Capitol in 1951.

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Born August 3, 1924 in Gleason, Tennessee, Gordon grew up in a musical family and by eight was playing piano in church.

He was soon playing at singing conventions in Western Tennessee and Kentucky.

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After Hoyt Hawkins died in 1982, Gordon was the groups leader and owner, and The Jordanaires will not continue without him. A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 30, at 2 p.m.

at Christ Presbyterian Church, 2323 Old Hickory Boulevard in Nashville, with visitation one hour prior to the service.Arnold hopes to take his passion much further than the competition stage. Arnold cites his musical influences as being everything from Keith Urban to Merle Haggard to Hank Williams Jr. Arnold wasnt the only Weakley Countian to sing on the West Tennessee Idol stage, however.to Garth Brooks to, of course, his father who played music when Arnold was growing up, but he relates his own style of singing to no one. Two other singers from Palmersville also made the finals and Arnold saw their presence as a comfort.At one of the conventions, he caught the attention of John Daniel of the professional lement Trio and backed a gospel quartet who performed on a radio station out of Paducah, Kentucky. After the Matthews brothers returned to Missouri in the early 1950s, the group reorganized with Gordon remaining as tenor with Neal Matthews Jr.After graduating high school at age 15, he moved to Nashville to join the Daniel Quartet and began performing on radio station WSM. as a second tenor, baritone Hoyt Hawkins and bass Hugh Jarrett joining by 1955.and known internationally as the Nashville Number System.