The Original Gospel Chords publicity photo. David Musselman & Lynn Royce Taylor 1968
David Musselman & Lynn Royce Taylor - 2005
The original Gospel Chords business card. 1968
Our first album 1968, the title song written by David
The Gospel Chords Trio - David Musselman, Lynn Royce Taylor, Lynn Deeter - 1969
The second album showing our first bus a 1948 GM Silversides (1969)
Our business card the first to feature the crossed guitar logo. 1969
The Gospel Chords Quartet - 1970 Steve Biffle, David Musselman, Lynn Royce Taylor, Mark Maynard
Album three - All Four - 1970
Our second bus - 1947 Flxible Clipper. This is actually a model rendering of that bus.
The new registered Gospel Chords logo - the crossed guitars (2005)
This is the actual Flxible Clipper, an all too common sight.
The Chords, Steve, David, Royce, Mark - 1971
Album four, produced by American Artists - 1971
the 3rd bus, 1963 Flxible Cruiser
CHORDS - not Chicago 1972
The Chords 1973 - David Musselman, Bill Haynes, Lyn O'Brien, Rick Heermance, Greg Pollard, Lynn Royce Taylor
These suits were referred to as Captain Kangaroo suits because of the bold white pockets.
When all the groups were featuring bus pictures on albums, we found this burned out school bus for our shot. 1973
Same bus, different angle. Dave Clemmons had joined the group as a drummer.
Jesus Music was a collection of songs written by members of the Chords. A very contemporary collection.
Bus Four - our 1964 Silver Eagle. Scott Cole, Pat Brown, Steve Bowden, Lynn Royce Taylor. Check those shirts and pants!
1974, Put A Little Love in Your Heart. Our first release with Hymntone - our "Taxi Cab" yellow tuxedos.
Early 1975 - top to bottom. Tom Fowler, David Musselman, Scott Cole, Steve Bowden, Lynn Royce Taylor
1975-The Same Old Fashioned Way. Dave, Scott, Steve, Lynn Royce, Tom
Another version of the yellow suits
Come Together in the Sky - 1976 our third release on Hymntone
1976 - Tom Fowler, Scott Cole, Gary Vogel, Lynn Royce Taylor, David Musselman
August 16, 2013 - The first time we were all together in many years. What a great reunion. We even sang a song or 2.
Our Twelve Days of Christmas (not what you think). Side 2 was a Cantata that we performed for the season.
1976 - We brought out all the instruments for a variety filled show. Strings, horns, keyboards
A rare Chords configuration. To expand our reach into the "convention market" we added our wives to perform selected shows. These lovely ladies added beauty to the group. Linda & Bonnie Jo
Bonnie continued to play keyboard and sing into 1977 on selected shows.
1977 - the NEW 1977 MCI MC8 Crusader. New shell from the factory.
David and Missy Musselman
Mark & Cindy Maynard
Steve & Lorrie Bowden
Tom and Millie Fowler
Gary and Debbie Vogel
David and Lynn Royce at National Quartet Convention 2005
You Never Know Where I'll Show Up
Renewal Trio with Donnie and Linda Abraham