Brother Hayes And The Farmer Singers

Brother Hayes Farmer and his Farmer Singers began their recording career with Gene Cash. The family group, which featured Hayes Sr., his wife Lorice, and their singing daughters Linda, Joyce, and Vanita, also featured sons Hayes Jr., on bass and Kelly and Vincent on percussion. The Farmers lived at 4547 S. Laporte St. in Chicago when they recorded "Saved and Sanctified," their second and final release on the Jade label. The group recorded a full-length LP with Cash after the studio's move to Maywood. Hayes Farmer, who was around 34 when he recorded this single, also notched a single at Milwaukee's Cuca Records before starting his own Gospel imprint, the Chicago-based HLF, in the mid-1970s.

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