larry gatlin

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AnonymousHELP ME (1972)3FROM-ELVIS PRESLEY ANTHOLOGY VOLUME 1bookpdf
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AnonymousALL THE GOLD IN CALIFORNIA (1979)1FROM-THE ULTIMATE COUNTRY FAKE BOOKbookpdf
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Artist bio


Gatlin was born in Seminole, Texas in 1948. He was raised listening to country and gospel music. Even since childhood, he and his brothers, Steve and Rudy have always sung and performed together. When they were younger, they often sang in their local church. They sometimes performed on local radio stations, and occasionally on television shows. They also recorded a gospel music album for the Gospel label Sword and Shield.

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