Glen Payne was diagnosed with Liver cancer in 1999 during the Cathedrals farewell tour. He was at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, TN when the Cathedrals traveled to the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, KY. Much to the surprise of the audience, he made a special appearance, over the phone from his hospital room, with a …
Early years[ edit ] Payne was a child of the Great Depression. His parents were cotton farmers in Texas. Younce was later replaced by Henry Slaughter. Together, they formed the Cathedral Trio. The Cathedrals immediately became a sensation with their smooth quartet sound. While the quartet saw several different people hold the tenor, baritone and pianist positions, Payne and Younce remained the guiding forces of the quartet until Glen’s death in during the Cathedral’s farewell retirement tour.
Payne and Younce were the only lead and bass singers the Cathedrals ever had. They also appeared on NBC ‘s ” Today ” show. During the s, the Cathedrals were regulars on the ” Gaither Homecoming ” videos and were generally recognized as the top quartet in Southern Gospel music. Glen was the willing “target” of many of MC George’s jokes and icebreakers during the quartet’s run.
George often referred to Glen as “The Old Man”. Glen’s signature song was We Shall See Jesus. Death[ edit ] Glen died due to complications from cancer in October, during the Cathedral’s farewell tour. Although unable to attend that year, Glen made his final performance at the National Quartet Convention via telephone hook-up from his hospital bed at Vanderbilt Hospital. It was the final time Glen would perform publicly with the Cathedrals.
Payne was married and had three children and three grandchildren.
Mar 22, 2020 · Glen Payne served for fifty-five years as a Southern gospel music singer. He is known for being the lead singer of The Cathedral Quartet. Payne was a child of the Great Depression. His parents were cotton farmers in Texas. At age 17 in 1944, he joined the Stamps-Baxter Quartet. Payne was also a member of the Lester Stamps Quartet, The Stamps All-Stars, and The Stamps-Ozark
Glen Payne was born on October 20, 1926 in Royse City, Texas, USA as Glen Weldon Payne. He died on October 15, 1999 in Franklin, Tennessee, USA. Trivia (4) Member of the Cathedral Trio/Cathedral Quartet, 1963-1999.
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Apr 04, 2019 · April 4, 2019 — Singing News has learned that Van Payne, widow of The Cathedrals’ Glen Payne, passed away in the early hours of Thursday, April 4, 2019. In a statement issued on Facebook, Darla Payne Hammons, along with her siblings Carla Payne Watters and Todd Payne, shared, “Early this morning our dear mother entered her heavenly home.
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Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Glen Weldon Payne (20 Oct 1926–15 Oct 1999), Find a Grave Memorial no. 6521307, citing Williamson Memorial Gardens, Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave .Burial: Williamson Memorial Gardens, Franklin, …
Glenn Payne passed away on December 8, 2019. The obituary was featured in The Jackson Sun on December 12, 2019.
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