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Roger Horne

Biography

Roger Horne began his career in 1969, singing tenor for the Gospel Harmony Boys. He left that group to join the Cathedral Quartet after tenor singer Mack Taunton left in 1972, singing both tenor and baritone. Horne's tenure with the Cathedrals was a short one as he soon left to form his own group, the Roger Horne Trio. He also served short stints with the Scenicland Boys and Jerry And The Singing Goffs. Roger owned his own publishing company, the Horne Publishing Company, also known as the Horne Music Company.

He eventually left Southern Gospel music for the insurance business.

Songwriter's Résumé

(Partial List)

Caught Up Together
Daybreak
He Led Me Out
He'll Soon Be Here
His Name Lives On
I Owe It All To Him
I Owe It All To Thee
Jesus Have Mercy On Me
Someday
Standing Ovation
Sunshine After The Rain
The Holy Spirit
Then Where Would I Be
When It's Time

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