Tim Lovelace

Born: 1958 Saraland, AL

Plays about 20 instruments including the guitar, banjo, dobro, mandolin and harmonica. Member of the Florida Boys for nine years. Has written songs for the Cathedrals and other groups. In 1999, he was inducted into the Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame as a member of the Florida Boys.

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

 

 

History: Crossroads recording Artists Tim and Mary Alice Lovelace have traveled in gospel music for several years. Before traveling as husband and wife, Tim traveled with the Florida Boys, Kingsmen and Jake Hess; Mary Alice as a soloist and then for many years with the Royalaires.

Currently: With a wide range of comedic, instrumental and vocal talent, this unique couple offers versatile style and song selection, incorporating piano, guitar, harmonica, mandolin, banjo, dobro, etc. Their ministry has taken them all over the United States and Canada and to Scotland, Ireland, England and Central America. They also appear annually on the Singing at Sea cruise to the Bahamas hosted by Maurice Templeton of Templeton Tours. In addition to this, Tim and Mary Alice have been a part of the Gaither Homecoming videos, they appear regularly on the Gospel Music Television Network and continue to have national radio chart success. The Lovelaces' current recording project, Waymaker, displays a wonderful mixture of the "old and new" and is being well received by gospel music lovers of all ages.

Comedy: Tim and Mary Alice are widely known for their comedy. In fact, Tim often describes them as Princess Grace and Barney Fife. As one of America's funniest Christian comedians, Tim was featured on the Joy in the Camp and Homecoming Bloopers Gaither videos doing a zany comedy rendition of "The Fourth Man in the Fire." Their current comedy video, Laughin' with the Lovelaces, has been an instant hit all across America.

Songwriting: Tim is an award winning songwriter and has written for groups such as The Cathedrals, Gold City, Nelons, Doug Oldham, Ivan Parker, Palmetto State, Karen Peck and New River, Speers, John Starnes, The Kingdom Heirs, Brian Free, etc. He has also had several songs recorded on the Gaither Video Series. Tim and Mary Alice received the prestigious BMI songwriting and publishing award for their hit single "Getcha to the Other Side" recorded by the Kingsmen.

Awards and Nominations:

Grammy NomineeYouTube - Tim Lovelace promo for Southern Gospel Tube

Dove Award Nominee

Diamond Award Songwriter of the Year Nominee

Diamond Award Duet of the Year Nominee

Instrumentalist of the Year Award

Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame Inductee with the Florida Boys

Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame Inductee with the Kingsmen

BMI Songwriting and Publishing Award

Source: Official website of Tim & Mary Alice Lovelace

More info: Tim Lovelace on Myspace Comedy - Comic Clips, Funny Videos & Jokes

Video: YouTube - Tim Lovelace promo for Southern Gospel Tube

 

Comedy of Tim LovelaceWaymakerWe Are OneChisel

Listen: Amazon.com: Tim Lovelace: Songs, Albums, Pictures, Bios

Listen: Tim & Mary Alice Lovelace - Download Tim & Mary Alice Lovelace Music on iTunes

I've Got a Feeling, The Florida BoysBorn Again, KingsmenAll of Me, Jake Hess

Listen: The Florida Boys - Download The Florida Boys Music on iTunes

Listen: Amazon.com: Florida Boys: Songs, Albums, Pictures, Bios

Listen: Kingsmen - Download Kingsmen Music on iTunes

Listen: Amazon.com: The Kingsmen: Music

Listen: Jake Hess - Download Jake Hess Music on iTunes

Listen: Amazon.com: Jake Hess: Songs, Albums, Pictures, Bios

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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