Nashboro

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  • The Nashboro label was founded by Ernest L. Young (a.k.a. Ernie Young) in 1951 in Nashville, TN. Nashboro was the parent label of Excello (1952), Nasco (1957), Crescent (1967), Creed (1967), Mankind (1971?), Ernie’s (197?) and Cheri (1981).
  • The Chosen Gospel Singers (see also the Specialty discography) reformed in 1963-64 to continue as the Gospel Keynotes.
  • The Silvertone (Jubilee) Singers recorded as the Cincinnatians for Brunswick (1953-54). See also the Excello and Finch discographies.
  • Some copies of Nashboro 630 had Sewanee Quintet printed on the labels.
  • It is not known what exactly was the last Nashboro LP released in 1969. LP 7069 is the last one listed in the LP discography below, but it’s more or less a guess.
  • This page lists all gospel releases on the Nashboro label from 1951 to 1969. Nashboro continued releasing records in the 1970’s and 1980’s but these have been omitted from this discography.

 

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