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Jordanaires  Member History

1948 - 1950

Bill Matthews

Bob Hubbard

Monty Matthews
Cully Holt
Bob Money  (Piano)
 

1951 (January - October)

Bill Matthews   (Tenor)
Bob Hubbard  (2nd Tenor)
Monty Matthews (Baritone)
Cully Holt (Bass)
Gordon Stoker (Piano)
 
1951 (late October - April 1952)
Gordon Stoker (Tenor)
replaces Bill Matthews, late October at The Yeaman's Supper Club, Detroit, MI
Bob Hubbard ( 2nd Tenor)
Monty Matthews (Baritone)
Cully Holt (Bass)
Hoyt Hawkins (Piano)
 

1952 (April - October)
Bob Hubbard goes into the Army in April

Gordon Stoker (Tenor)
Hoyt Hawkins (2nd Tenor)
Monty Matthews (Baritone)
Cully Holt (Bass)

Bob Money (Piano)  came back to the group, at this time, for a short bit

1952 (October 1952 - March 1953)
During this time Jordanaires temporarily use the name "Foggy River Boys"
Don Bruce (Tenor)
Gordon Stoker (2nd Tenor)
Hoyt Hawkins (Baritone)
Cully Holt (Bass)
Bob Money, Boyce Hawkins (Piano)
Marvin Hughes played Piano on Opry dates
1953 (March 1953 - November 1954)
Group purchases the name from the Matthews brothers
and are once again The Jordanaires
Gordon Stoker (Tenor)
Neal Matthews (2nd Tenor)
Hoyt Hawkins (Baritone)
Cully Holt (Bass)
1954 (November 1954 - April 1958)
Gordon Stoker (Tenor)
Neal Matthews (2nd Tenor)
Hoyt Hawkins (Baritone)
Hugh Jarrett (Bass)
1958 (April 1958 - October 1982)
Gordon Stoker (Tenor)
Neal Matthews (2nd Tenor)
Hoyt Hawkins (Baritone)
Ray Walker (Bass)

1982 (October 1982 - October 2012)

Gordon Stoker (Tenor)
Curtis Young (2nd Tenor)
Louis Nunley (Baritone)
Ray Walker (Bass)
The rest is history.................

Other Notes Of  Interest:
Gordon and Jean Stoker married:
September 9, 1951
The Jordanaires sing "Tell Me Why" at the wedding. Boyce Hawkins played Organ.

Hoyt and Dot Hawkins married:
November 1952

Neal and Charlsie Matthews married:
February 14, 1957

Ray and Marilyn Walker married:
September 10, 1954

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