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Doyle Blackwood (August 21, 1911 - October 3, 1974)

Biography

Doyle Blackwood was the bass singer in the original Blackwood Brothers Quartet and accompanied the group on guitar. He served in that position from 1934-1942.

Doyle retired from the quartet in the late 40's and managed the Blackwood Brothers Record Shop in Memphis.

He sang in The Memphians Quartet with his son, Terry and Verle Pilant, Chalmers Walker and Jack Marshall.

He and his wife Lavez also had one daughter, Kaye.

Awards

SGMA Hall Of Fame (2011)

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