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Vesphew Benton "Vep" Ellis (March 11, 1917 - April 30, 1988)
Vep Ellis was one of the most prolific and beloved songwriters in Southern Gospel. He served as a Church of God minister for 49 years. He also published more than 500 songs over the course of a career that also saw him record five albums and numerous singles of his own. Vep served for several years as music director for the Oral Roberts Ministries and as music director of the Tennessee Music And Printing Company. He also owned his own publishing company, Vep Ellis And Sons Music. His songs have been recorded by nearly every Southern Gospel artist.
SGMA Hall Of Fame (2001)
???? Vep Ellis Sings Oral Roberts Crusade Favorites (Abundant Life Recordings SM-1031): Move With God; Expect A Miracle; God Will Supply; My God Can Do Anything; There Is A Balm In Gilead; I Have Been Born Again; Wilt Thou Be Made Whole; O Blessed Holy Spirit; Let Me Touch Him; I Can't Go Under; Let's Build A Bridge; I'll Sing Of My Redeemer.