Mickey Rodgers has been playing a little bit of piano since he was 16. He owns an online southern gospel radio station called Heavenly Tracks (heavenlytracks.org). He has been married to his wife, Sandra for almost 44 years. Mickey works in Technology at the Waskom Independent School District. Mickey loves to fish and go to the National Quartet Convention.
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Taylor Reynolds has been singing Southern Gospel music since he was four years old. His influences are Greater Vision, The Cathedrals, and The Happy Goodman's. He has a versatile vocal range that allows him to sing the Tenor part as well as many other parts. He has also played the drums for well over three decades. He has sung with the likes of The Blossomaires, The Crim Gospel Singers, The Gloryland Vocal Band, The Dorsey Quartet, and The Southern Harmony Boys. His interests include serving as Head Sound Technician at First Baptist Church in Henderson, his home church, hunting, watching football, and spending time with family. He's been married to Karen Reynolds for 27 years. He has one son and daughter-in-law, Kalon and Jennifer Reynolds, a daughter and future son-in-law, Taryn Reynolds and Daniel Cabrera, and a daughter, Kelsi Reynolds. Taylor and Karen also have two dogs, Hayden and Bella. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys watching the Henderson Cubs/Lions and Texas Longhorns.
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Joseph Ellenburg is the Lead singer for the Southern Harmony Boys. He has been singing and traveling part-time since 1992 with several local groups. He is also a music evangelist who leads church services, music for revivals and other special events. Joseph is married to Janna and they have two daughters, Emily and Caitlyn. They attend Friendship Baptist church where Joseph is a deacon. The Ellenburg's live and go to church in the Gill community south of Marshall, Texas.

David Cohee was born in Washington D.C. and raised across the D.C. line in the small town of Oxon Hill, Maryland. He committed his life to the Lord at age six in an after-school Bible Club.
David sings the part of Baritone.
After graduating from Crossland High School, he completed his freshman year at Washington Bible College in Washington D.C. with a major in Christian Education. He transferred to Letourneau College, Long view, Texas to major in Aviation Technology. After completing his sophomore year he took a short break from school. During this break in 1970, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and served as a Military Policeman. He was honorably discharged in 1972 at which time he returned to East Texas to attend Kilgore College and majored in music with a vocal emphases.
David resides with his wife and daughter in Marshall, Texas. David's family are members at Cypress Valley Bible Church.