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Greenes, 1982

Group Members

Tenor
Marc Ivey (201?-201?)
Keith Skiles (201?-present)

Lead
Tim Greene (1979-2002, 2011-Present)
Brad Hudson (2005-2008)
Paul Lancaster (2008-2009)
Jeff Snyder (2009-2010)
Jason Gordon (201?-201?)
Scott Mullins (201?-201?)
Daniel Albritton (201?-201?)
Connor Bost (201?-present)

Baritone
Tony Greene (1979-2010)

Soprano
Kim Hopper (1979-1989)
Amy Lambert (1989-1994)
Milena Parks (1994-1998)
Taranda Greene (1998-2010)

Bass
Everette Greene (1979-1984)

Pianist
Everette Greene (1979-1986)
John Jeffrey (2004-2010)

Position And Years Of Service Unknown
Robbie Stevens (????-????)
Roger Fortner (????-????)
James Rainey (????-????)
Dennis Murphy (????-????)

The Greenes (1979-2010, 2011-Present)

History

History Everette Greene formed The Greenes in the late 1970s in Boone, NC with his children Tim, Kim, and Tony Greene. They were strictly a family group until 1988 when Kim left to join her husband Dean Hopper as a member of The Hoppers. Amy Lambert was followed by Milena Parks singing soprano during the late 1980s and 1990s.

Taranda Kiser joined the group to sing soprano in 1998. She would later marry Tony Greene making The Greenes and all-family group again until Tim Greene left in the mid-2000s. Brad Hudson, Paul Lancaster, and Jeff Snyder filled the lead role successively over the next few years until Tony Greene passed away in 2010.

Tim Greene launched a new in 2011 initially billed as The Tim Greene Trio. By 2012, the group name was shortened to The Greenes.

Discography

1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s

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