Melodious memories

Gerald Williams disbands The Melody Boys Quartet after 63 years of gospel harmonies

Posted: January 13, 2013 at 2:35 a.m.

Gerald Williams (far right), bass singer with The Melody Boys Quartet for the past 63 years, performs a farewell concert at Geyer Springs First Baptist Church in Little Rock on New Year’s Eve in a concert featuring current and former members of the quartet, including (from left) Tim Williams, Chris Walton and Caleb Matheny. The group disbanded after the concert.

For the past 63 years, bass singer Gerald Williams of Little Rock has been entertaining gospel fans across Arkansas and the country, most of those years with The Melody Boys Quartet.

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