The Lighthouse Boys are an American Southern Gospel music group from Bakersfield, California, and progenitors of "The Bakersfield Sound". The group began in 1974 by brothers Mark and Bill Underwood and Bill’s brother in-law Steve Johnson. The Lighthouse Boys have long been pioneers in Gospel Music on the West Coast of the U.S. From their original songs and their own production on classic Southern Gospel songs, to their unwavering commitment to preach Salvation through Jesus Christ everywhere they go. The Lighthouse Boys have won the hearts of many fans across the United States, but their ultimate desire is to minister to the lost, the heartbroken.
Since 1974, The Lighthouse Boys have been touring up and down the west coast and parts of the United States of America, performing concerts in large and small churches, concert halls, school auditoriums, theaters, convention centers and arenas. They have made appearances at some of Southern Gospel’s more popular events. They have been seen and read about in several major Southern Gospel and secular media publications as well as making several regional TV appearances and interviews on regional Radio stations in the United States. They have released several albums of their own and made appearances on many other recordings over the years. In 1980 they won the Californian’s Choice Award for Best Band and have been nominated for other awards.
Although members have changed over the years, still The Lighthouse Boys always strive to maintain their unique sound. They have accomplished many things, yet today their focus is still found in their ministry; seeing souls saved, people delivered and healed.
The Lighthouse Boys came out of 2014 celebrating their 40th year. Now in 2015, "From Heaven's Point of View" is The first new single released by The Lighthouse Boys in over a decade. They once again blend their signature sound with a Southern Gospel classic. The new single arrives to digital music stores on February 24, 2015.
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