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The Deep River Boys were an American gospel music group active from the mid-1930s and into the 1980s. The group performed spirituals, gospel, and R&B. The original group consisted of Harry Douglas (baritone), Vernon Gardner (first tenor), George Lawson (second tenor) and Edward Ware (bass). George Lawson was replaced by William James (Jimmy) Lundy in 1950. Other personnel changes took place during the group's long history. From 1950 Jimmy Lundy (first tenor), Vernon Gardner (second tenor).
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Listen to music from The Deep River Boys like That Chick's Too Young To Fry, Tennessee News Boy & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Deep River Boys. The Deep River Boys were an American gospel music group active from the mid 1930s and into the 1980s. The original group consisted of Harry Douglass (baritone), Vernon Gardner (first tenor), George Lawson (second tenor) and Edward Ware (bass). The group began at Hampton Institute (now known as Hampton University) in Hampton, Virginia.
|A1||Cry And You Cry Alone|
|A3||What Did He Say|
|A6||Seen Four And Twenty Elders|
|B1||I Had To Be You|
|B3||Get Up Those Stairs, Mademoiselle|
|B4||I'm Sorry I Didn't Say I'm Sorry|
|B5||That's What You Need To Succeed|