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Garland Craft (????-)

Biography

Garland Craft's first experience as a performer came in January, 1970 when he joined the Keystones of Buffalo, New York. He played piano, wrote songs, and occasionally sang. After playing with the Keystones, Craft joined the Oak Ridge Boys band where he remained until 1981. During this period, the Oaks made a transition from Southern Gospel to mainstream Country music. After leaving the Oaks, Craft formed a group called Cedar Creek. In 1999, Craft stopped touring in order to focus on writing Gospel songs.

In 2000, one of Craft's songs titled "Then You'll See" was recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys on their From The Heart CD.

Craft currently resides in Hendersonville, TN.

Songwriter's Résumé

(Partial List)

He Never Said A Word
I Wanna Be Ready
One More Day
That's Just Like Jesus
Then You'll See

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