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Mike LeFevre

Biography

Mike LeFevre is a Southern Gospel singer. He began singing with Uncle Alf And The LeFevres. In the early 1980s, he briefly filled in at baritone for the Singing Americans after their regular baritone singer was injured in an accident. In 1985, Mike joined Gold City as baritone singer, remaining with the group until 1992. During his tenure with Gold City, he won three Singing News Fan Awards as favorite baritone. In 1993, Mike became the original baritone singer for Brian Free And Assurance. He remained with BF&A until 1997.

In 2005, Mike started his own group, the LeFevre Quartet.

Awards

Singing News Fan Awards
Favorite Baritone (1989, 1990, 1991)

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