Le Fevre Quartet

The LeFevre Quartet

When you think of Gospel Music, LeFevre is a name that has always been at the top of our field.  In 1921, the original LeFevre Trio began traveling and singing across the country and quickly set the standard for quality and professionalism in what would become known as Southern Gospel Music.

For decades, the LeFevres blazed new trails in Gospel Music turning out songs and singers that would become legendary.  Their award winning music allowed them to sing for Presidents and Dignitaries of the world.  In the late 1970's, some thought the LeFevre name would be retired when the trio retired, but in the 1980's and 90's, Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart became one of the top acts in Contemporary Christian Music.  Once again, the LeFevre name continued to break new ground in Christian Music.

Today as we enter a new millennium, the LeFevre name is stronger than ever.  The LeFevre Quartet burst onto the scene and shows no sign of slowing down.  Within just one year of formation, Gospel Music fans voted them their 2006 Horizon Group of The Year.  In 2007, the group was voted "Breakout Artist of The Year" in the SGN Awards and in 2009, their song, "Big Mighty God" was nominated for a Dove Award.

But it takes more than just a legendary name to gain the recognition that this group has attracted, and when you see the pedigree of each member, you quickly see a winning combination.

Mike LeFevre

Mike LeFevre (baritone) is not only a member of one of the most legendary families in Gospel Music, he has also carved his own name into the Southern Gospel Music Industry.  Mike began his musical career singing with his Uncle Alf LeFevre shortly after the LeFevre Trio retired.  From there, Mike went on to sing with The Singing Americans and later sang with Brian Free & Assurance, but he is best known for his seven year stretch with Gold City.  Mike has been voted "Favorite Baritone Singer" three years in a row by Southern Gospel Music fans across the country at the Singing News Fan Awards.  Mike, his wife Kathy, daughter Keely and son Jordan reside just north of Atlanta in the city of Gainesville, GA.

Jordan LeFevre

Jordan LeFevre (lead), third generation LeFevre, is the son of Mike LeFevre. Jordan has been part of the LeFevre Quartet from the beginning, making him one of the youngest drummers in Gospel Music. Jordan's many talents include playing drums, bass guitar, front of house soundman, driving as well as being an accomplished singer.  He is now the lead singer for the LeFevre Quartet.  His talents helped to earn the group a "Favorite Band" nomination in the Singing News Fan Awards as well as the "Horizon Individual" award.

Thomas Nalley

Thomas Nalley (tenor) grew up singing in the church.  At an early age his mother instilled in him a love for the old hymns. However, it was his wife Sarah that actually introduced him to Southern Gospel.  The Cathedrals sang their first note and that was all it took! That was the beginning of a lifelong dream to serve the Lord through song.  His ability to sing with power and feeling, but more importantly his heart for others has won the respect of many of his fellow artist and friends!  Formerly a member of Providence Quartet, Thomas also traveled with Southern Tradition.  He resides in Jefferson, GA with his wife Sarah, his daughter Brianna, and son Benjamin.

Brandon Barry

Brandon Barry (bass) Brandon's love for gospel music started at the age of 9 years old when his parents took him to his first gospel concert.  It was there that he first heard George Younce and The Cathedral Quartet.  At the age of 15, he started singing with his first group and from there, started his full-time career right out of high school.  Now, after 15 years of full-time ministry, his commitment and priorities are to serve God with excellence and a true heart for carrying out what God has called him to do.

Michael Lott

Michael Lott (piano) started playing piano at the age of 5 years old.  By the age of 8 he started piano lessons as well as playing for local talent in his home town of Columbus, GA.  Little did he know at the time that God was preparing him for a life long calling into Gospel Music.  At the young age of 17 he landed his first full time position on the road serving as pianist for The Brady's and Later The Diplomat's.  "As a born again christian, I am answering the call of God on my life.  I am thankful that God has called me to The LeFevre Quartet".  Michael and his wife Ashley reside in Stockbridge, GA.