The Talleys are a southern gospel group formed in 1983 which originally comprised brothers Kirk and Roger Talley, and the latter's wife Debra. In 1993 the group disbanded, re-forming as the Talley Trio in 1996 with Lauren Talley joining her parents as the lead and soprano singer. Several albums were released under this name. In 2011 they reverted to the Talleys, now joined by Brian Alvey on Baritone/piano/bass guitar.
The Talleys are a southern gospel group formed in 1983 which originally comprised brothers Kirk and Roger Talley, and the latter's wife Debra.
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The Talleys are a southern gospel trio composed of Roger and Debra Talley, and their daughter Lauren Talley as the lead and soprano singer. Performing over 20 years, they have made appearances all over the world. In the 1970s, Roger and Kirk got their start with the Hoppers. Debra sang with the Songmasters Quartet. Roger and Debra married in 1978. Debra joined Roger and as part of the Hoppers and Kirk went to the Cathedral Quartet.
The Talleys have become one of the most beloved and respected groups in Christian music.