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John Frost:

 John was a member of The Four Guys from 1981 – 2000. He was the group’s lead-baritone singer and participated in all performances and recordings during this period including: eight albums/several top-five hits overseas and at least two nationally charted singles in USA . He was also a solid part of the last five-years of the Harmony House days and all four years at The Opryland Hotel Stagedoor Lounge. John was with the group for more than 30-concerts with Jimmy Dean and was aboard some 50-week long cruises on The MS Caribe/Regal Empress cruise ships. He was in the group during a two-year engagement at Eagle Mountain Theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee . He also was a very important part of more than 100 guest appearances on The Nashville Network and Grand Ole Opry Live TV Shows. He is an all around performer and has been touted as being one of the best lead voices in all of country music during this period of time.

Glen Bates:  

Glen was a member of The Four Guys off and on from 1977 – 2000. He was (and is) an extremely talented baritone parts singer and played a valuable role with the group during some trying times, i.e.. filling in during Brent Burkett’s multiple open heart surgeries and subsequent other health problems. During the twenty some odd years he was with “The Guys,” about eight were full-time, including 25 additional cruises and countless corporate events with the group and with Jimmy Dean. He honed his songwriting skills with the Glen Campbell Publishing company and has had numerous top ten songs recorded by nearly 50 different artists recording his music in 2008. He is a gifted record producer and currently works with several quartets in gospel music. He is the president of BSA Records.

Laddie Cain:  

Laddie joined “The Guys” in 1980 and became and remained the high voice in the group throughout the ‘80’s & ‘90’s with the exception of a short time spent as a member of the Lee Greenwood Show. He was a valued member throughout his tenure and participated in the recording and co-producing of some eight albums which contained five single overseas hits and several nationally charted singles in the U.S.A. He was also on board for all 100-plus Nashville Network Television appearances, (Nashville Now, Music City Tonight, Grand Ole Opry Live, etc) all 75-weeklong cruises on which The Four Guys appeared, 30-Jimmy Dean concerts, Las Vegas & Reno shows, two years at Eagle Mountain Theatre, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and the last five-years of shows at The Four Guys Harmony House.

Sam Wellington:  

Sam is a founding original member of The Four Guys with a biography much too extensive to be listed in this section of the website. You can learn  the group’s complete history and Sam’s involvement from the beginning in two books he has written during the past three-years – WHO WANTS TO BE A COUNTRY MUSIC STAR – and his latest, IN THE BEGINNING…THERE WAS THE MEN’S ROOM.” Information about the books and how to obtain either or both can be found in the website store. 


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