Mylon LeFevre (born on October 6, 1944 in Gulfport, Mississippi) is a former Christian rock singer of his own Award-winning 1980s band, and a current preacher, who was born into a Southern Gospel family, The Singing LeFevres, but stopped attending church when he left home. At 17 years old, he wrote his first song, "Without Him," while in the Army. The gospel song was recorded by Elvis Presley in 1963, and within the next year, 126 artists had recorded his songs. He recorded his classic song "Gospel Ship" on his first album Mylon, We Believe on Cotillion Records. His early gospel songs and recordings sold millions of copies.
In his secular career, he recorded, toured or hung out with Eric Clapton, Elton John, Alvin Lee, Billy Joel, Duane… Go to person page >
Translator: Joan Larie Sutton
Joan Larie Sutton (nee Riffey) was born in Louisville, KY but lived most of her life in Brazil with her missionary parents. She began the study of violin at the age of ten, continuing her studies at Baylor University. She earned a Masters Degree in sacred music at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. She married William Boyd Sutton and together they worked in Brazil. She translated many hymns into Portuguese.… Go to person page >