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Madisonville, TX
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Sounds of Glory

The Sounds of Glory began as a gospel quartet in the fall of 1981. Randy Green called Lanier Stevens and said "Brother Stevens, let's get together and sing ... and do you know of anyone who can sing first tenor." To which Lanier replied, "My cousin, Tex Stevens, is one of the best tenors I know." That phone call began a gospel singing group which has touched the lives of thousands of people. The original group was made up of Randy Green, lead singer; Tex Stevens, first tenor; Lanier Stevens, baritone; and C. D. Davis, bass. After several months, Tex's schedule became so hectic that he resigned from the group. Wyane Atkinson took his place and sang with the group for over a year. When Wyane moved away from Madisonville, Charles Davis began singing first tenor with the group and continues in that position until this day. In 1987, Randy moved to California and Dale Underwood became the lead singer and has been ever since. In 1996, C. D. Davis began having some serious health problems and decided to leave the group. For the many friends of C. D., his health is improved and he now serves the Frazier Street Church in Conroe as it's Small Groups Minister. Upon C. D.'s retirement, Lanier moved to the bass part and Lanier's son, Dan Stevens, and Charles' son, Brad Davis, both very talented young singers, joined the group. In the fall of 2004 another change in the group took place. Rodney Britt, who became a household name as the bass singer for Acappella 20 years ago, joined The Sounds of Glory and has added a new dimension to the "Sounds".

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