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John Mathews (August 25, 1923 - August 1, 2005)

Biography

John Mathews is a songwriter and singer. He sang baritone for the Rebels from 1951-1969. After leaving the Rebels Quartet, John formed the John Mathews Family, which had great success. This group consisted of his son, his two daughters, his son-in-law, and of course John himself singing the baritone part. John was J. D. Sumner's brother-in-law. He was a master communicator who was renowned for his recitations, not only on slow arrangements, but also on fast songs like "The Fourth Man."

Solo Discography

1968 The Rebels Present John Mathews and Family (Steeple Records/LST 317): See the John Mathews Family for song listing.

Songwriter's Résumé

(Partial List)

God's Amazing Grace
Homecoming
I'm Going Back
When I Stand With God
When The Master Speaks
Who's Gonna Teach Them

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