Could that really be one person’s hair?

Mike & Linda Murdock

“I Just Came to Talk With You, Lord”
Maranatha #LP-103
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not after this album cover photo.

The McDonald Sisters

“I’ve Got Confidence”
Gospeltone Records

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Connie & Lowell

Bonnie & Lowell Lundstrom

“I’ll Sing Hallelujah!”
HeartWarming #1768

From the Back Cover:

Lowell Lundstrom is an intense, determined young man. At one time in his life he used this determination and drive in the building of a career, singing and leading his own “rock and roll” band. Turning to God, he plunged into the evangelistic ministry with the same diligence and persistence.

South Dakota

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Serving God is Beautiful

Nathan & Ronda Hurst

“Serving God is Beautiful”
Nathan Hurst #1001
1980

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the Hazeltons

Peggy and James Hazelton

“Ministering is Song”
Benson Sound

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The Hawaiians

The Hawaiians

“God Gave the Song”
Word #WST-8715
1976

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Believing in Jesus

Lyle & Debbie Countryman

“Believing in Jesus”
Ludwig Sound #329

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The Barnetts rock out

The Barnett Family

“Sings Amazing Grace
REV / Alvis #1-66


MAILBAG:

I really enjoy your site. I must take exception, however, with the album cover regarding the Barnett Family. I was a friend of Alvis Barnett (now deceased) and his wife Arleigh and other members of the family. Alvis came from a gospel background and as a young man Elvis and rock and roll were born. It was not uncommon then for someone like Alvis to adopt a, say, rockabilly hairstyle. Alvis told me that he even had some problems in church because he put a little bit too much rock and roll into some of his church music.

The song in the closing scenes of the movie “Nashville,” titled “Trouble in the U.S.A.” is performed by Alvis and was included in one of his family’s gospel albums. Alvis would tell you: God works in mysterious ways.

–Bryce M.

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those crazy witty’s!

John & VickiJo Witty

“Family Portrait”
Word #WSB-8846
1980

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multi-talented guy

Tom Wilson

“All-American Boy”
Aboveground #AR-102

Yes it’s Tom! See him do the dishes! Mow the lawn! Brush his teeth! Do his best imitation of a gay Borat!

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