Monday, March 22, 2021

The Jordanaires - Discography


For over 40 years, the Jordanaires remained one of the premier backup vocal groups in country music, working with such greats as Jim Reeves, Patsy Cline, George Jones, and, of course, Elvis Presley. The quartet began in Springfield, MO during the late '40s, featuring original members Bob Hubbard, Bill Matthews, Monty Matthews, and Culley Holt, and sang barbershop and spirituals. They debuted on The Grand Ole Opry in 1949. The group changed members during the early '50s, with Gordon Stoker and Hoyt Hawkins replacing Hubbard (who was drafted) and Bill Matthews (who became seriously ill). In 1953, Monty Matthews left the group for personal reasons, and was replaced by Neal Matthews.


Aussie said...

Ozzieguy thank you so very much 4 The Jordanaires great music tks mate from Aussie

Ozzieguy said...

Very welcome Aussie, they are so nice to listen to I agree great music.

Sivle said...

Fantastic post, I love gospel and The JOrdanaires. Thanks for sharing

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Sivie
Glad that you enjoy great music and thank you for being part of my blog.
Best Wishes

Unknown said...

Thank you for everything Ozzieguy. Do you have Tennessee Ernie Ford?

Ozzieguy said...

Yes I do have some Tennessee Ernie Ford albums.