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Glen Payne (October 20, 1926 Ė October 15, 1999)
Glen Weldon Payne was born in Royce City, Texas on October 20, 1926. He developed an interest in Southern Gospel music at an early age and studied at the Stamps Baxter School Of Music while still in his teens. After school, he joined Stamps Baxter Quartet. He was also a member of the Stamps Ozark Quartet and, in 1957, he joined the Weatherfords where he stayed until 1963. It was in that year that Glen, Danny Koker, and Bobby Clark formed the Cathedral Trio for Rex Humbardís Cathedral of Tomorrow.
2000 Forever I Will Sing (Cathedral Records/CH50012): Get On The Happy Side Of Living; I Stand Amazed; Heaven; Canaanland; Statue Of Liberty; Well Done; Old Man New Man; So Many Reasons; The Haven Of Rest; Big Boss; On The Battlefield; I Won't Have To Cross Jordan Alone.
2000 Out Front (Landmark Records HD0040): In The Depths Of The Sea; All The Glory Belongs To Jesus; Climbing Higher And Higher; At The Name Of Jesus; Your Blesser Ain't Never Been Blessed; High And Lifted Up; Ride That Glory Train; It's Almost Over; I'm Feelin' Fine; We Shall See Jesus.