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Stamps Quartet to play complex

Smithville will host a legendary gospel quartet at the county complex next week.
The Stamps Quartet, formed in 1969 as J.D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet, is now led by long-time member Ed Enoch.
Stamps passed away in 1998.
The Stamps have provided backing vocals for Jerry Lee Lewis, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson and Conway Twitty, among others.
One of their latest projects was singing back-up with Alan Jackson on his latest gospel album.
The award-winning quartet, possibly best known as Elvis Presley’s backing group during the last few years of his life, will visit DeKalb ...


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