1912 - 1988
Born March 2, 1912 in Smithville, Tennessee, Alphus LeFevre began singing with his brother Urias and his sister Maude while still a boy of nine years old.
He quickly earned a reputation as a master musician, seemingly comfortable on any instrument. He was particularly adept at strings and, throughout his career, was sought as a music teacher by aspiring Gospel musicians.
With Urias and sister-in-law Eva Mae, he formed the LeFevre Trio - a group whose popularity and success was rarely matched ruing the middle decades of the twentieth century. Popular with other performers, "Uncle Alf" achieved a reputation as one of the most accomplished craftsmen of Southern Gospel.
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