Mylon LeFevre

Jan 01, 2003
Jan 01, 1992
Jan 01, 1982
Jan 01, 1970
Jan 01, 1968

Mylon LeFevre is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
1964 Stamps Quartet Sing Along with the Stamps Quartet Baritone Vocal
1964 Stamps Quartet Without Him Vocals
1970 Mylon LeFevre Mylon (We Believe) Songwriter, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
1976 Phil Keaggy Love Broke Thru Background Vocals
1980 Phil Keaggy Ph'lip Side Background Vocals
1980 Kerry Livgren Seeds Of Change Vocals
1980 DeGarmo & Key This Ain't Hollywood Songwriter, Background Vocals
1982 Mylon LeFevre Brand New Start Producer, Songwriter, Vocals
1983 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Live Forever Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
1984 David and the Giants Inhabitants of the Rock Background Vocals
1985 The Cause Do Something Now Vocals, Choir
1985 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Sheep In Wolves Clothing Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
1986 Bash 'N The Code Bash-n-the-Code Vocals
1986 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Look Up Producer, Songwriter, Vocals, Guitars
1987 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Crack The Sky Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
1988 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Face The Music Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
1988 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Greatest Hits Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
1989 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Big World Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
1989 Phil Keaggy The Best of Keaggy Background Vocals
1990 Phil Keaggy What a Day / Love Broke Thru Background Vocals
1990 Imperials Love's Still Changing Hearts Songwriter
1990 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart Crank It Up Producer, Songwriter, Vocals
1991 Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart A Decade Of Love Producer, Songwriter, Guitars, Vocals
1992 Kerry Livgren Decade Vocals
1995 Phil Keaggy Time 2 Background Vocals
1995 Phil Keaggy Time 1 Background Vocals
1996 Gary Chapman Shelter Arrangement
1998 Newsboys Step Up to the Microphone Na-na Vocals
Award Organization Year Award Name Song
GMA Dove 1989 Rock Recorded Song of the Year Won By One

Mylon LeFevre

Oct 06, 1944
Sep 08, 2023

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Mylon began his musical career as a child as a part of the Southern vocal group, The Singing LeFevres. At age 16 he wrote the song, "Without Him," a song that went on to be recorded by hundreds of artists. In 1970, Mylon wed his love of the gospel with rock music, releasing what is generally regarded as the 2nd Christian rock album (Mylon, often referred to as We Believe). Subsequent albums (1971's With Holy Smoke, 1972's Over The Influence, 1973's On The Road To Freedom, 1977's Weak At The Knees, 1978's Love Rustler, and 1979's Rock and Roll Resurrection) strayed away from his Christian roots and feature little spiritual content. But in 1982, Mylon, after a dramatic recommitment to God in the beginning of the 1980s, formed the band Broken Heart and released the album, Brand New Start. They performed all over the world until 1991, and saw thousands come to Christ as a result of their ministry.

Where are they Now: 

Mylon and his wife Christi host a television program On The Road To Freedom which is available on the Daystar channel.

September 11, 2023

Christian rock icon Mylon LeFevre, best known for his work with his band Mylon and Broken Heart, died Friday, September 8, at the age of 78 after a long battle with cancer.

July 23, 2013

CLOVIS, California -- Heritage Builders is proud to announce the release of Mylon Le Fevre’s autobiography, Live Forever. With help from his wife Christi, the GRAMMY and Dove Award winner is telling his own story, for the very first time, in this exciting new book which is available now at Amazon and whe

Created by: siremidor on 26-July-2010 - Last Edited by siremidor on 04-November-2023