Edward Lamar "Bill" Shaw (June 22, 1924 - September 7, 2018)
Bill Shaw is best known as the tenor singer for the Blackwood Brothers from 1952 until the early 1970s. Prior to singing with the Blackwoods Brothers, he sang tenor for the All American Quartet in 1952. After leaving the Blackwood Brothers, Bill sang tenor for the Senators. In later years, Shaw was a favorite at the annual Grand Ole Gospel Reunion events.
SGMA Hall Of Fame (2005)
1965 Sings Sacred Classics (Steeple Records/STP-2502): May The Lord Bless And Keep You; When We All Get To Heaven; Ivory Palaces; It's My Desire; The Holy City; The Living God; I Wouldn't Trade; The Lord Is My Light; God Will Take Care Of You; Going Home.
2001 A Tribute To My Brothers (Custom Records): No Tears In Heaven; Above The Clouds; Put Your Hand In The Hand; My Name Is Jesus; Jesus Loves Me; Someday Soon; My God And I; Gentle Hands; Use Me; Give Us This Day; He Lifted Me; Over The Moon.