Wayne Little --- Randy Byrd --- Jimmy Blackwood --- Brad White
The Blackwood Brothers Quartet was formed in 1934 with brothers Roy, Doyle, James and Roy's, son R.W. That heritage of gospel music is carried on today as James' oldest son Jimmy joins tenor great Wayne Little, the smooth bass of Randy Byrd and the singing and piano artistry of Brad White to present a modern-day version of that great quartet.
James Blackwood Jr. (Jimmy) has been singing gospel music for 43 years, first with the Jr. Blackwood Brothers in the early 60s, then with J.D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet. He joined The Blackwood Brothers in 1969. He has also traveled in a solo evangelistic ministry. Jimmy is a 5-time Grammy award winner and both the Blackwood Brothers and the Stamps Quartet have been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Jimmy and his wife Mona have two daughters and five grandchildren.
Wayne Little is one of the greatest tenor singers of our day. He has been singing since the age of eight. In 1991 he started the Crystal River Boys gospel quartet. Recently he sang with Ken Turner in the New Millennium Quartet. Wayne has performed at the Pentagon with Rev. Franklin Graham. Wayne and his wife Gina have two sons.
Randy Byrd is a minister's son who was influenced by the great bass singer George Younce. His smooth, deep voice and great personality make him a crowd favorite. Randy sang with several groups in Missouri and recently was the leader of the group 'Majesty' from Des Moines, Iowa. Randy and his wife Lisa have three daughters and two granddaughters.
Brad White, the youngest member of the group, is an accomplished pianist and saxophone player. He played the piano for the James Blackwood Quartet and has traveled in music ministry for over 15 years. His showmanship and piano arrangements are exciting and inspirational. Brad also sings baritone in the quartet. Brad and his wife Karen have two daughters.
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