George Amon Webster Musical artist

George Amon Webster (December 10, 1945 – September 28, 2013) was the baritone vocalist and the pianist with the Cathedral Quartet from 1969 through 1971, their pianist from 1973 through 1974, and their baritone vocalist and bassist from 1974 through 1979. George Webster wrote "Thanks For Loving Me" and the critically acclaimed song, "He Loves Me", during his second stint with the Cathedral Quartet.Webster had also been a member of The Templeaires Quartet, The Salvation Singing Society, The Calvarymen Quartet, The Brothers, Destiny, The Frontiersmen, The Heartland Boys, George Amon Webster Trio, Selah, and the Toney Brothers.Webster died of cancer on September 28, 2013.

Personal facts

Birth dateDecember 10, 1945
Birth place
Osceola Arkansas
Date of deathSeptember 28, 2013
Place of death
Daytona Beach Florida


Musical artist

Career started1959
Career ended2011
associated musical artist
Cathedral Quartet
BackgroundSolo singer
Southern Gospel

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