Four Hearsemen

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The Four Hearsemen
Also known as The Blackburn-Shaw Quartet (1934–1951)
Origin Amarillo, Texas
Genres Barbershop
Years active 1934 – early 1940s; from 1945
Past members
  • Wendell Heiny – tenor (from 1935)
  • Deane Watson – lead (from 1952)
  • Dick Gifford – bass (from 1952)
  • Dwight Elliott – baritone

  • Paul Ellis – lead (to 1951)
  • Al Autrey – lead (1951–1952)
  • Willard Grantham – bass (to 1949)
  • Jim Bob Nance – bass (1949–1952)

The Four Hearsemen is a Barbershop quartet that won the 1955 SPEBSQSA international competition. The Four Hearsemen, a champion Barbershop Quartet, were from Amarillo, Texas. The members were: Wendell Heiny, Deane Watson, Dwight Elliott, and Dick Gifford.

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Preceded by
Orphans
SPEBSQSA International Quartet Champions
1955
Succeeded by
The Confederates