Jewell Monroe "Whitey" Gleason (May 18, 1932 - June 30, 2007)


Whitey Gleason was the pianist for the Blackwood Brothers for several years in the 1960s. He also wrote many Southern Gospel songs, most of which were recorded by the Blackwood Brothers. He had previously formed his own group, the Jubilee Quartet.

Solo Discography

Songwriter's Résumé

(Partial List)

At The Altar
Everybody's Gonna Love Everybody
Forever And Ever
He Took My Troubles Off My Mind
His Grace Reaches Me
I Gave My Heart To Jesus
I Know My Lord Will Walk With Me
If You Want Happiness
I'll Walk Along With Jesus
I'm Gonna Walk Talk And Sing
Lead Me Higher
My Heart Is Set On Heaven
Our Troubles Will Be Over
Some Day I'm Going Home With Jesus
Take Your Troubles To The Lord
Tell Me Why
That Happy Feeling
That's Enough
Undying Love
What A Wonderful Savior
When I Get To Heaven
Wherever I Go
You Can Know

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