Shawn Drewett Ministries-Photo Page
1993 After mom's promotion to glory, the Lord blessed Dad with Sherri. Here we are as a "new" trio recording the project "Wedding Music." This photo taken at Oak Valley Recording Studios in Nashville,TN. where we have recorded every project since 1986. 1974 One of the earliest Tommy Drewett Family Singing Photos. Dad,Jerry, Mom, Joy, and Shawn. 1974 You can tell who took the photo! This ,and the last photo were taken while living in Memphis,TN. Joy,Jerry,Mom, and Me. 1975 At Benson recording studios in Oklahoma City,Ok. recording our first Tommy Drewett Family , (full family***) LP "I'm Looking Forward To The Day" Dad,Me,Joy,Mom, and Jerry. 1975 Cover photo of the "I'm Looking Forward To The Day" LP. 1978 Photo taken before the busy summer tours that year. 1976 Singing on the platform of Bethel Baptist Church in Memphis,Tn. 1980 After Joy married, we continued singing with soundtracks while Jerry was learning to play the piano. This picture taken at Fellowship Baptist Church in Jackson,MS. 1981 "I Shall Be Changed" LP photo session. In 1981 we sold our house in Memphis and bought the "Blue Goose". In August 1986 after about 300,000 miles of travel in it, (and many $$$$$ in repairs!!) we began traveling in a van. 1987 Photo taken for the "Exhortation" project which included "Mender of Broken Wings" and " Here Comes The Bride" * A 45 rpm record as well as an LP was recorded of the "Drewett Family with Jerry and Joy" before I was born. I hope to release these before too long. 1975 (above)and 2005 (below) The Inspirations Quartet used to come to our church every year. Below: In January of 2005 I was privileged to sing with them at Val Verde Baptist Church of Groves,TX. Heb. 2:12 Saying, I will declare thy name unto my brethren, in the midst of the church will I sing praise unto thee. Please sign the guestbook. We would love to hear from you!! In 1964 dad recorded his first LP - "Ship Ahoy with the Plainsmen Quartet." At this time dad was on staff at Hope Baptist Church in Alexandria,LA. The Plainsmen Quartet was a well known quartet in the 1960's and backed up Louisiana Governer Jimmy Davis regularly. Rusty Goodman left this group the year before (he was their bass singer,) and started the Happy Goodman Family. Hope Children's Home -- India Singing in Chicago in 1977 at a Zondervan meeting. Dad sold the "Book of Life" in the 1970's to supplement our income.