As the Original Tenor for The Imperials, Sherrill Nielsen was a successful Southern Gospel tenor singer. He later legally changed his name to Shaun Nielsen. He served long stints singing tenor for the Statesmen, the Imperials, Songfellows Quartet, the Speer Family, and the Masters V. He briefly performed with the Plainsmen. He passed away from lung cancer on December 10, 2010. Shaun was also referred too by "Elvis" as "The Voice", and spent many years with Presley's team.
Solo Recording Discography
1962 A Name I Highly Treasure (Calvary Echo Records/CELP-7004): A Name I Highly Treasure; Until Then; Stranger Of Galilee; Little Is Much (When God Is In It); Jesus Is Mighty; Homecoming Week; Some Golden Daybreak; The Touch Of His Hand; The Crystal Fountain; Oh, What A Savior; When We See Christ.
1964 The Top Tenor Of Sherrill Nielsen (Heartwarming Records/Benson Records/Stereo Version LPS 1774/High Fidelity Version LPHF 1775): Beyond Understanding; A Place Of Peace; The Circle Of His Love; I Have Found A Hiding Place; What A Precious Friend Is He; I'm The Least In The Kingdom; Lord, Show Me The Way; It Matters Not; Longing For Home; He Is So Precious To Me; Spreadin' A Little O' Sunshine; Troubled Heart.
1970 New Dimensions (Woodstock Records/WDS 1974): Games People Play; I'll Make It; Do You Know; Where No One Stands Alone; What The World Needs Now; Joy In The Morning; If That Isn't Love; Old Gospel Ship; Jesus, Take Hold; How Great Thou Art.