From 1967-1988, The Hinsons Traveled Across America, Singing Their Unique Style Of Southern Gospel Music. Though The Front Line Of The Group Changed On More Than One Occasion They Continued To Maintain A Quality Of Sound That Helped To Shape The Face Of Gospel Music, As It Is Known Today. Best Known For Composing And Performing The Award Winning Song "The Lighthouse" In 1971. The Hinsons Also Became A Co-Host For The Long Running Gospel Singing Jubilee, Where They Continued To Showcase Weekly Throughout The United States From 1973-1980. This Gospel Family Not Only Pioneered The Country Gospel Sound In Southern Gospel Music, They Ultimately Went On To Win So Many Of Gospel Music's Most Coveted Awards That They Became Known To Gospel Music Followers As "The Award Winning Hinsons." The Group Finally Disbanded In 1988, However, In 1993 They Created A Final Project Comprised Of The Original And Founding Members Titled "One More Hallelujah." Their Final Performances For Their Reunion Tour Became Known To Gospel Music Fans As "The One More Hallelujah Tour." It Was At This Same Time That The Founding Members, Ronny, Larry, Kenny & Yvonne Came To Be Known As "The Original Hinsons", In Hopes Of Preventing Confusion between them and the recently formed "New Hinsons," In 2006, All The Hinsons Were Given The Crowning Achievment To Their Long And Distinguished Career, When In November of that same year They Were Inducted Into The Gospel Music (GMA) Hall Of Fame.
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