Is Jeffrey Newberry still alive?

Is Jeffrey Newberry still alive?

Jeffery Scott Newberry, 64, of Houston, Texas passed away on May 21, 2021. He was a Texas Concealed Handgun Instructor and NRA Range Safety Officer.

Who is Jeffrey Newberry?

Jeff Newberry has supervised the students enrolled in the Law Center’s Death Penalty Clinic since 2011. Dow and clinic students, he has represented approximately twenty-five death-sentenced Texas inmates in both state and federal habeas proceedings.

Who are the members of the Gospel Keynotes?

Johnson, Willie Neal (1935–2001) His first musical group, the Gospel Keynotes, included Ralph McGee, Charles Bailey, Rev. J. D. Talley, John Jackson, Lonzo Jackson, and Archie McGee. They recorded their first major hit, “Show Me the Way,” on the Nashville gospel label Nashboro Records.

Is Paul Beasley of the Gospel Keynotes dead?

Paul was born on August 2, 1949 and passed away on Thursday, March 9, 2017.

Is Willie Neal Johnson still alive?

Deceased (1935–2001)
Willie Neal Johnson/Living or Deceased

Is Paul Beasley of the Gospel Keynotes blind?

He had spent a dozen years with the Mississippi Blind Boys before joining the Alabama group and was with the obscure Dixieland Blind Boys prior to that. The newest member of the Blind Boys of Alabama is Paul Beasley, a high falsetto specialist formerly with the Gospel Keynotes and the Mighty Clouds of Joy.

What happened to Willie Neal and The Gospel Keynotes?

His last recording was an appearance on Kirk Franklin’s The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin in 2000, on the song “Lookin’ Out For Me.” Willie died of a stroke on January 10, 2001 at the age of 65 in Tyler, Texas. He was survived by his wife, Captoria, three sons, five daughters, and by his mother, Luretia.

When was Paul Beasley born?

Paul Beasley was born on June 12, 1939 in Baltimore, MD to the late Mary Fennell and Paul Lester Beasley.

Is Willie Neal Johnson dead?

What happened to Willie Neal Johnson and the Gospel Keynotes?

Willie Neal “The Country Boy” Johnson, 65, a singer who was a longtime member of the Gospel Keynotes, died Jan. 10 in his native Tyler, Tex., after a stroke. Johnson had a stroke in December shortly after he performed in a Washington concert sponsored by gospel promoter Rosetta Thompson.