Mylon LeFevre

Mylon LeFevre

Born Oct 6, 1944

Mylon R. LeFevre is an American Christian music singer, who was the leader of the Grammy Award-winning band Mylon and Broken Heart. He is a member of the Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame. He currently travels around the United States, ministering, teaching and singing. He sometimes can be seen on television networks, such as TBN and Daystar.… Read More

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1944 Birth Born on October 6, 1944 in Gulfport, Mississippi into the pioneering Southern gospel family, The LeFevres, Mylon was the youngest son of Eva Mae and Urias LeFevre. … Read More


1964 19 Years Old …  In 1964 LeFevre released his first solo album, New Found Joy, on Skylite Records.


1968 23 Years Old In 1968, LeFevre would release Your Only Tomorrow. … Read More
1970 25 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1970, LeFevre signed with Columbia Records, and formed the "Holy Smoke Doo Dah Band" with Auburn Burrell and J.P. Lauzon on guitar, drummer Marty Simon, Tom Robb on bass and keyboardist Lester Langdale.
1973 28 Years Old LeFevre started getting high to deal with the stress and to fit in. His drug use escalated to a near-fatal overdose of heroin in 1973. … Read More


1976 31 Years Old In 1976 LeFevre met Danny Davenport, a promotion exec with Warner Bros. and the two of them became friends. … Read More
1980 35 Years Old In 1980, LeFevre attended a concert by the CCM group, 2nd Chapter of Acts. … Read More
1981 36 Years Old In 1981, he started a Christian band called The Gathering Ground Band, later to be renamed Airborn with some musicians he met in the Bible study: Dean Harrington (lead guitar, vocals, percussion), Don Woods (drums/percussion), Kim Klaudt (bass), Mike Adams (rhythm guitar) and Michael Milsap (keyboards). … Read More


1989 44 Years Old …  Then in 1989, his past drug abuse caught up with him, and suffered a massive heart attack on a tour bus that summer while touring with White Heart. … Read More
1992 47 Years Old In 1992, LeFevre inked a solo recording deal with Star Song Records and began releasing material that was less musically "edgy" than past offerings. … Read More


2003 58 Years Old His most recent music release is 2003's Bow Down, produced by his son-in-law Peter Furler of the Christian band Newsboys. … Read More


2009 64 Years Old LeFevre's mother, Eva Mae LeFevre, died after she was hospitalized with pneumonia, in April, as well as a fractured hip, at age 91, on May 18, 2009, in Atlanta, Georgia. … Read More
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