Paid in Full tenor departs

Paid in full is a Mississippi-based trio that has seen significant regional success–and some national success, including an NQC mainstage appearance last year–throughout their fifteen-year run. Jeff Crews, the group’s tenor, has decided to leave after this weekend. Lance Moore and Bradley Littlejohn are now looking for a permanent tenor replacement. The group’s website is [EDIT, 11/6/10: Regrettably, the link seems to be broken, so it has been removed.]

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  1. Hey Daniel,
    I am sure you had the name Crews on your mind when typing the names of the other members, but the lead singer of Paid in Full is Lance Moore.

  2. I’m not sure I would consider PIF a regional artist Daniel. They’ve had significant airplay and make most of the major venues each year. They’ve also been on the NQC mainstage more than once.

  3. Seaton–Thanks for the catch. I fixed the post. Chris–regional is just (IMO) the most polite and friendly way of saying “non-full-time.”