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The original LeFevre Trio consisted of two brothers and their sister: Urias, Alphus, and Maude LeFevre. They were from Smithville, Tennessee. The group first sang country music, but soon switched exclusively to gospel music. They sang for several years before getting their first paying job in 1921, launching their professional career. That first job was at the Grand Ole Opry. According to legend, they were paid 2 live chickens and 50 pounds of chicken feed.

When Maude married in the mid-1920s, their sister Peggy took her place briefly. The brothers continued to perform in various configurations.

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The original LeFevre Trio consisted of two brothers and their oldest sister. Urias, Alphus, and Maude LeFevre were the children of Silas and Martha LeFevre from Smithville, Tennessee. They first sang country music, but soon switched exclusively to gospel music. They sang for several years before getting their first paying job in 1921, launching their professional career. That first job was at the Grand Ole Opry. According to legend, they were paid 2 live chickens and 50 pounds of chicken feed.

When Maude married in the mid-1920s, their youngest full-blood sister, Peggy, took her place for a while. (Their mother Martha had passed away in 1919. Their father Silas had remarried, and at least three more half-sisters were born in the early 1920s.) Urias and Alphus continued to perform in various configurations over the next few years.

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1958 Songs Of Happiness (Bibletone Records/3480)/(1965 Canaan Records/CA-4603/CAS-9603): I've Been With Jesus; Take A Look; He; I Can Call Jesus Any Time; Land Of Eternal Spring; Goodbye World; Lord Carry Me Home; Every Day; The Old Gospel Ship; Farther Along; I Met The Master; When God Dips His Love. (This album was re-issued at least four times with the same album title, but different cover art. Another album by the same title and featuring the same songs was recorded by the LeFevres after this 1958 album was re-issued on the Canaan label in 1965...see below.)\\

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1965/6 Songs Of Happiness (Sing Records/MSLP-3202): I've Been With Jesus; Take A Look; He; I Can Call Jesus Any Time; Land Of Eternal Spring; Goodbye World; Lord Carry Me Home; Every Day; The Old Gospel Ship; Farther Along; I Met The Master; When God Dips His Love. (This recording is not a re-issue of the 1958 Bibletone Records release, as you might think. The LeFevres objected when Canaan Records re-issued the 1958 Bibletone album in 1965, so they re-recorded the same set of songs and released this album with the same title, Songs Of Happiness. "$1.98" is part of the artwork printed on the LP jacket, not a sticker. The 1958 release featured the LeFevres playing all the instruments, but this version features studio musicians.)
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Bobby Moore (1972-1974)
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Barbara Dailey (1972)
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Rex Foster (1970-1972, 197?-197?)
Bobby Moore (1972-1974)
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By 1971, Pierce LeFevre had left the group. There was a good bit of turnover the following year. Ron and Barbara Dailey sang with the LeFevres for just a short time in 1972, followed by Barbara Hodge, then Teresa and Sharon McNeill. Sharon McNeill left in 1973, but Teresa McNeill stayed for at least a couple of years until Janet Paschal joined the group. Former Inspirations member Ronnie Hutchins joined the group in 1973 and stayed three or four years. He later pulled two more stints with the Inspirations in the 1980s and 1990s.

Alphus and Urias retired and management duties were transferred to Rex Nelon. Ultimately, Eva Mae was the only LeFevre still traveling with the group. In 1977, the LeFevres consisted of Eva Mae, Rex Nelon, Janet Paschal, Kelly Nelon, and Rodney Swain. When Eva Mae retired that year, the LeFevre name was retired with her and the group became known as the Rex Nelon Singers. Alphus LeFevre put together a group billed as Uncle Alf And The LeFevres that included future Nelons member Karen Peck in 1980 and 1981, but it never gained the popularity enjoyed by the former group.

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The LeFevres experienced a lot of turnover and upheaval in 1971-1973. Pierce LeFevre left the group around the end of 1971. Ron and Barbara Dailey were hired by Pierce before he left in 1971. They started in early 1972. Barbara was only there a short time. Ron left around October. Barbara Hodge joined and stayed on long enough to train Teresa and Sharon McNeill. Sharon McNeill left in 1973, but Teresa McNeill stayed for at least a couple of years until Janet Paschal joined the group. Rex Foster, who had joined the LeFevres in 1970, left in 1972, but he would later return for another round with the group. Foster could play piano in a style very similar to Eva Mae. Former Inspirations member Ronnie Hutchins joined the group in 1973 and stayed three or four years. He later pulled two more stints with the Inspirations in the 1980s and 1990s.

Ultimately, Alphus and Urias retired and management duties were transferred to Rex Nelon. Eva Mae was the only LeFevre still traveling with the group at this point. The 1977 LeFevres consisted of Eva Mae, Rex Nelon, Janet Paschal, Kelly Nelon, and Rodney Swain. When Eva Mae retired that year, the LeFevre name was retired with her and the group became known as the Rex Nelon Singers.

Alphus LeFevre put together a group billed as Uncle Alf And The LeFevres that included future Nelons member Karen Peck in 1980 and 1981, but it never gained the popularity enjoyed by the former group.

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By 1971, Pierce LeFevre had left the group. There was a good bit of turnover the following year. Ron and Barbara Dailey sang with the LeFevres for just a short time in 1972, followed by Barbara Hodge, then Teresa and Sharon McNeill. Sharon McNeill left in 1973, but Teresa McNeill stayed for at least a couple of years until Janet Paschal joined the group.

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By 1971, Pierce LeFevre had left the group. There was a good bit of turnover the following year. Ron and Barbara Dailey sang with the LeFevres for just a short time in 1972, followed by Barbara Hodge, then Teresa and Sharon McNeill. Sharon McNeill left in 1973, but Teresa McNeill stayed for at least a couple of years until Janet Paschal joined the group. Former Inspirations member Ronnie Hutchins joined the group in 1973 and stayed three or four years. He later pulled two more stints with the Inspirations in the 1980s and 1990s.

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By 1971, Pierce had left the group. Alphus and Urias retired a few years later and management duties were transferred to Rex Nelon. Ultimately, Eva Mae was the only LeFevre still traveling with the group. In 1977, the LeFevres consisted of Eva Mae, Rex Nelon, Janet Paschal, Kelly Nelon, and Rodney Swain. When Eva Mae retired that year, the LeFevre name was retired with her and the group became known as the Rex Nelon Singers. Alphus LeFevre put together a group billed as Uncle Alf And The LeFevres that included future Nelons member Karen Peck in 1980 and 1981, but it never gained the popularity enjoyed by the former group.

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By 1971, Pierce LeFevre had left the group. There was a good bit of turnover the following year. Ron and Barbara Dailey sang with the LeFevres for just a short time in 1972, followed by Barbara Hodge, then Teresa and Sharon McNeill. Sharon McNeill left in 1973, but Teresa McNeill stayed for at least a couple of years until Janet Paschal joined the group.

Alphus and Urias retired and management duties were transferred to Rex Nelon. Ultimately, Eva Mae was the only LeFevre still traveling with the group. In 1977, the LeFevres consisted of Eva Mae, Rex Nelon, Janet Paschal, Kelly Nelon, and Rodney Swain. When Eva Mae retired that year, the LeFevre name was retired with her and the group became known as the Rex Nelon Singers. Alphus LeFevre put together a group billed as Uncle Alf And The LeFevres that included future Nelons member Karen Peck in 1980 and 1981, but it never gained the popularity enjoyed by the former group.

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By 1971, Pierce had left the group. Alphus and Urias retired a few years later and management duties were transferred to Rex Nelon. Ultimately, Eva Mae was the only LeFevre still traveling with the group. In 1977, the LeFevres consisted of Eva Mae, Rex Nelon, Janet Paschal, Kelly Nelon, and Rodney Swain. When Eva Mae retired that year, the LeFevre name was retired with her and the group became known as the Rex Nelon Singers. Alphus LeFevre put together a group billed as “Alphus LeFevre and the LeFevres” that included future Nelons member Karen Peck in 1980 and 1981, but it never gained the popularity enjoyed by the former group.

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By 1971, Pierce had left the group. Alphus and Urias retired a few years later and management duties were transferred to Rex Nelon. Ultimately, Eva Mae was the only LeFevre still traveling with the group. In 1977, the LeFevres consisted of Eva Mae, Rex Nelon, Janet Paschal, Kelly Nelon, and Rodney Swain. When Eva Mae retired that year, the LeFevre name was retired with her and the group became known as the Rex Nelon Singers. Alphus LeFevre put together a group billed as Uncle Alf And The LeFevres that included future Nelons member Karen Peck in 1980 and 1981, but it never gained the popularity enjoyed by the former group.

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1974 Stepping On The Clouds (Canaan Records/CAS-9757): Stepping On The Clouds; Over The Next Hill; I Find Victory; Ready To Leave; There's No Tomorrow; If You're Happy, Notify Your Face; I'll Go; Lord Take The Hand; Touring That City; When The Gates Swing Open; Let The Redeemed; Set Down. (Eva Mae LeFevre, Uncle Alf LeFevre, Urias LeFevre, Rex Nelon, Rex Foster, Theresa McNeil, Ron Hutchins, Bobby Moore)\\

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1974 Stepping On The Clouds (Canaan Records/CAS-9757): Stepping On The Clouds; Over The Next Hill; I Find Victory; Ready To Leave; There's No Tomorrow; If You're Happy, Notify Your Face; I'll Go; Lord Take The Hand; Touring That City; When The Gates Swing Open; Let The Redeemed; Set Down. (Eva Mae LeFevre, Uncle Alf LeFevre, Urias LeFevre, Rex Nelon, Rex Foster, Theresa McNeil, Ron Hutchins, Bobby Moore)\\

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1969 The Best Is Yet To Come (Canaan Records/CAS-9661): I'm Longing For Home; He Really Got Ahold Of My Heart; There's A Light Guiding Me; Come Unto Me; I'm Not Worthy; Just A Prayer Away; The Best Is Yet To Come; Heaven Someday I Will Gain; Are You Living For Jesus; The Homecoming Week; My Father's Face; You Were On His Mind.\\

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1973 Happiness Is Gospel (Canaan Records/CAS-9742): Brush Arbor Days; It's Worth It All; Why Me, Lord; King Jesus; Plain Old Country Folks; His Love Is So Boundless To Me; That's The Man I'm Looking For; I'll Soon Be Gone; Sweet Hallelujahs; He'll Hold My Hand; When Jesus Shall Reign; It's A Good Life Living For The Lord. \\

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1975 Experience (Canaan Records/CAS-9777): He's Ready To Come, I'm Ready To Go; Jesus Would Love Me The Same; Talking 'Bout People; Nearing The Shore; When My Feet Touch The Streets Of Gold; Bringing It Home; Jesus Is Mine; Thank You, Lord, For Your Blessing On Me; Jesus Is Coming; The Pain He Bore; The Laying On Of Hands; Today's Gonna Be A Brighter Day.\\

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1976 Gospel Music U.S.A. (Canaan Records/CAS-9790): Here They Come; Tour The Golden City; We'll Talk It Over; I Am Your Child, America; When I Cross To The Other Side Of Jordan; Your Heart's Door; The Seeker; Lead Me To Jordan; Prescription For Salvation; Hardened Heart; Take Me To Jesus; Thank You, Jesus.\\

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1969 The Best Is Yet To Come (Canaan Records/CAS-9661): I'm Longing For Home; He Really Got Ahold Of My Heart; There's A Light Guiding Me; Come Unto Me; I'm Not Worthy; Just A Prayer Away; The Best Is Yet To Come; Heaven Someday I Will Gain; Are You Living For Jesus; The Homecoming Week; My Father's Face; You Were On His Mind.\\

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1975 Experience (Canaan Records/CAS-9777): He's Ready To Come, I'm Ready To Go; Jesus Would Love Me The Same; Talking 'Bout People; Nearing The Shore; When My Feet Touch The Streets Of Gold; Bringing It Home; Jesus Is Mine; Thank You, Lord, For Your Blessing On Me; Jesus Is Coming; The Pain He Bore; The Laying On Of Hands; Today's Gonna Be A Brighter Day.

1975 The LeFevres (Power Pak Records): I Like To Feel Like I Feel; There'll Be No Shadows; When I Stand With God; Oh Blessed Rock; In The Garden; When The Saints Go Marching In; To Me It's So Wonderful; Keep Walking; Hallelujah, I'm Going Home; Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone; Pass Me Not; The Old Rugged Cross.

1976 Gospel Music U.S.A. (Canaan Records/CAS-9790): Here They Come; Tour The Golden City; We'll Talk It Over; I Am Your Child, America; When I Cross To The Other Side Of Jordan; Your Heart's Door; The Seeker; Lead Me To Jordan; Prescription For Salvation; Hardened Heart; Take Me To Jesus; Thank You, Jesus.

1977 Singing 'Til He Comes (Canaan Records/CAS-9805): Till He Comes; Everything Looks Brighter; One Way Flight; Ocean Of Praise; Don't Be Left Behind; Will He Tarry Any Longer; Jesus You're My Kind Of Friend; Victory Shall Be Mine; I'll Stop Long Enough; Stop-Look-Listen. (Eva Mae LeFevre, Rex Nelon, Kelly Nelon, Janet Paschal, Rodney Swain.
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1977 Singing 'Til He Comes (Canaan Records/CAS9805): Till He Comes; Everything Looks Brighter;One Way Flight;Ocean Of Praise; Don't Be Left Behind; Will He Tarry Any Longer;Jesus You're My Kind Of Friend; Victory Shall Be Mine; I'll Stop Long Enough;Stop-Look-Listen. (Eva Mae LeFevre, Rex Nelon, Kelly Nelon, Janet Paschal, Rodney Swain.

1985 The Old Rugged Cross (Golden Circle?/57528): Pass Me Not; Oh Blessed Rock; In The Garden; When The Saints Go Marching In; To Me It’s So Wonderful; Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone; The Old Rugged Cross; I Like To Feel Like I Feel; There’ll Be No Shadows; When I Stand With God.

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The original LeFevre Trio consisted of two brothers and their sister: Urias, Alphus, and Maude LeFevre. They were from Smithville, Tennessee. The group first sang country music, but soon switched exclusively to gospel music. They sang for several years before getting their first paying job in 1921, launching their professional career. That first job was at the Grand Ole Opry. They were paid 2 live chickens and 50 pounds of chicken feed.

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The original LeFevre Trio consisted of two brothers and their sister: Urias, Alphus, and Maude LeFevre. They were from Smithville, Tennessee. The group first sang country music, but soon switched exclusively to gospel music. They sang for several years before getting their first paying job in 1921, launching their professional career. That first job was at the Grand Ole Opry. According to legend, they were paid 2 live chickens and 50 pounds of chicken feed.

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Eva Mae’s son Mylon recorded Mylon/We Believe in 1969, which was released on the Cotillion label. Many historians consider it to be the second Christian rock recording ever made, the first being Larry Norman’s Upon This Rock. The members of Mylon’s band in 1969 became key members of the Atlanta Rhythm Section in 1970. During the 1970s, Mylon chased the dream of a secular rock music career, recording for Warner Brothers. He ultimately hit bottom in 1979 and found redemption in Christ. After being delivered from drug addiction, he returned to perform Christian contemporary music in the 1980s and early 1990s with his group Broken Heart. Mylon has focused on preaching and teaching more than singing in recent years. Mylon’s daughter, Summer, is married to Peter Furler, a former lead singer and drummer for the Newsboys.

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Group Members

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Urias LeFevre (1921-????)
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Maude LeFevre (1921-????)
Peggy LeFevre
Eva Mae LeFevre (1934-1977)
Jim Waits
Jimmy Kirby
Connor Hall
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Troy Lumpkin
Bill Huie
Bob Robinson
Rex Nelon (1957-1977)
Jimmy Jones
Andrea LeFevre?
Mylon LeFevre
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Group Origins The original LeFevre Trio consisted of two brothers and their sister: Urias, Alphus, and Maude LeFevre. They were from Smithville, Tennessee. The group first sang country music, but soon switched exclusively to gospel music. When Maude married in the mid-1920s, their sister Peggy took her place briefly. The brothers continued to perform in various configurations.

In 1934, Urias married Eva Mae Whittington, a daughter of a Church of God minister named H. L. Whittington. They promptly re-formed the LeFevre Trio along with Alphus LeFevre. Eva Mae’s father helped the group get their start by scheduling them to sing at revival meetings where he was preaching.

The LeFevres secured sponsorships from NuGrape and Orange Crush. Through these sponsorships, they recorded and shipped transcription discs across the United States. They were sometimes billed as the Suncrest Trio.

Substitutions The three original members remained together for the next 40 years, except during World War II when Eva Mae was left to manage the group while her husband and brother-in-law were overseas. During this time, a variety of vocalists filled in, including Jim Waits, Jimmy Kirby, and Connor Hall. Alphus sang with the Stamps Quartet for a short time after returning from the war, but he ultimately came back to join Eva Mae and Urias.

Then it was Eva Mae’s turn to be off the road for a bit. After the war, Eva Mae and Urias had five children. In Eva Mae’s absence while raising her children, the group also had a variety of individuals filling in. Some of these included Hovie Lister, Jim Waits, and Troy Lumpkin. With the changes in the musical styles of the day, the LeFevres added a full band to give the music a broader appeal.

In the 1950s, the LeFevres moved to Philadelphia, PA to assist evangelist Thea Jones with his ministry. Eva Mae again became a full time mother for a short time as Urias and Alphus continued to perform. Bill Huie and Bob Robinson sang with them during this time period. In 1957, the group returned to their original base in Atlanta. Rex Nelon joined the group to sing bass and play guitar that year. With Jimmy Jones in the group, he and Nelon performed dual bass vocals on songs like “Hide Me, Rock Of Ages.”

LeFevre Children Join The Group By 1959, the LeFevre children were old enough to start joining the group. Pierce was the first to join as a singer and trumpet player. Instrumental numbers began to be a prominent feature in the LeFevres’ music. At various times, they incorporated a wide variety of instruments including accordion, trumpet, fiddle, trombone, and sax. Meurice, Andrea, and Mylon performed with the group as well.

In the mid-1960s, Pierce LeFevre handled the editorial duties of the group’s newsletter Sing. Often noted for his creative prose, Pierce used his position as editor to criticize promoters like Wally Fowler and the failed Southern Gospel movie Sing A Song For Heaven’s Sake. He also used the newsletter to endorse Barry Goldwater’s campaign for the presidency.

Television Successes For a number of years, the core members of the LeFevres included Eva Mae, Urias, Alphus, Pierce, Jimmy Jones, and Rex Nelon. Recordings were promoted through their in house record label, Sing. During the 1960s they formed the Gospel Singing Caravan television show along with the Johnson Sisters, the Prophets, and the Blue Ridge Quartet.

After the Caravan left the air, Jerry Goff produced a television program called The LeFevre Family Show. Goff was married to Andrea LeFevre at the time and often performed on the program as well.

By 1971, Pierce had left the group. Alphus and Urias retired a few years later and management duties were transferred to Rex Nelon. Ultimately, Eva Mae was the only LeFevre still traveling with the group. In 1977, the LeFevres consisted of Eva Mae, Rex Nelon, Janet Paschal, Kelly Nelon, and Rodney Swain. When Eva Mae retired that year, the LeFevre name was retired with her and the group became known as the Rex Nelon Singers. Alphus LeFevre put together a group billed as “Alphus LeFevre and the LeFevres” that included future Nelons member Karen Peck in 1980 and 1981, but it never gained the popularity enjoyed by the former group.

Eva Mae’s son Mylon recorded Mylon/We Believe in 1969, which was released on the Cotillion label. Many historians consider it to be the second Christian rock recording ever made, the first being Larry Norman’s Upon This Rock. The members of Mylon’s band in 1969 became key members of the Atlanta Rhythm Section in 1970. During the 1970s, Mylon chased the dream of a secular rock music career, recording for Warner Brothers. He ultimately hit bottom in 1979 and found redemption in Christ. After being delivered from drug addiction, he returned to perform Christian contemporary music in the 1980s and early 1990s with his group Broken Heart. Mylon has focused on preaching and teaching more than singing in recent years. Mylon’s daughter, Summer, is married to Peter Furler, a former lead singer and drummer for the Newsboys.

Eva Mae continued to appear at various reunion functions such as the Grand Ole Gospel Reunion and the Gaither Homecoming video series until her death in 2009.

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Awards

GMA Hall Of Fame (1998)

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