History of The Gospel Lads
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1966 - Paul Weil, Murray and Pete were singing under
the name: The Messengers, with Loretta Gardner, pianist.
1968 - Dave Scroggins joined the group and became the bass singer.
1969 - The first recording was made and was titled The Gospel
Lads. (Product #3001)
1970 - Murray returned from Georgia to rejoin the Lads and Dave Waites moved back to Kentucky.
1971 - The Lads moved from the Southern California area to Joplin,
Missouri to travel full time working
In December Pete Ingraham left the group and joined the staff of Revival Fires.
Charlie Bush Burnett joined the Lads as the lead singer.
1972 - George Melton left the group in the summer to sing with
his family and Roger Bankson joined