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The Blackwood Quartet was started by brothers Ron Blackwood and R W Blackwood Jr. The four-part male quartet typically sang several songs as part of a larger group called the Blackwood Singers that included the wives of Ron and R W Jr. and performed theater shows in Branson, Missouri and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
1998 Classic Collection (Custom Records): Goodbye, World, Goodbye; I Believe In A Hill Called Mt Calvary; Palms Of Victory; Comfort To Know; Gettin' Ready To Leave This World; Learning To Lean; New Born Feeling; My Lord And I; Jubilee Is Comin'; Movin' Movin'; If God Be For Us; Had It Not Been; Living Water; Here Comes The Bride; The Sweetest Song I Know; He Touched Me; Stand Up; Hope For America/America/God Bless America/Battle Hymn Of The Republic; Oh What A Savior; I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now; The Lighthouse; Living In Canaan; In The Garden; Beulah Land; I Never Shall Forget The Day; Amazing Grace; What A Day That Will Be; Beautiful City; The Old Rugged Cross. (Also released as Greatest Songs Of The Century.