R.I.P. Edward "Eddie" Huffman, formerly of the Soul Stirrers

By Libra Boyd
Gospel Music Fever

GMF is sad to learn of the recent passing of Edward “Eddie” Huffman, Sr., former frontman for the Soul Stirrers. Huffman died May 13, at age 71.

Huffman joined the Soul Stirrers in 1973 and led some of the group’s popular numbers, including “Lord, Remember Me.” In 2000, he co-organized a quartet called the Soul Savers. A later reorganization of the group led to the release of the traditional gospel quartet album, Testimony, in 2004.

A homegoing service was held May 28, at Divine Mortuary in Lithonia, GA.  Our condolences are extended to the Huffman family during this difficult time.

Photo Credit | Facebook Profile of Edward Huffman, Sr.

5 Replies to “R.I.P. Edward "Eddie" Huffman, formerly of the Soul Stirrers”

  1. I never heard of the Soul Stirrers Until I started researching Sam Cooke But When I Hear Mr, Eddie Huffin sing, Lord Remember Me, I cried So Hard It was such a deeply moving Spiritual Song I Played it about 6 times it is Beautiful,R.I.P MR EDDIE HUFFIN I DIDN’T KNOW YOU BUT I FELT LIKE I WAS LISTENING TO THE VOICE OF AN ANGEL. Thank you Very much.

  2. Mr. Edward (Eddie) Huffman Is My Favorite Favorite Gospel Quartet Singer, His Beautiful Voice Was So Rich, Smooth And Soothing, When I'd Listen To The Soul Stirrers And I'd Hear His Voice I Felt The Presence God In Every Song That He Sang, Thank You For Your Sharing Your Beautiful Voice In Song, You're Loved And Truly Missed By All, But You'll Never Be Forgotten, Your Music Lives In Our Hearts Always And Forever.

  3. I was sad to hear that Eddie Huffman had passed, he really had a beautiful voice and so spiritual my condolences to his family, RIP Eddie you will be missed.

  4. I am very sad to hear about Mr. Huffman. I enjoy his singing, voice so smooth and sincere. I truly believe he was a man of God testifying through his music.

  5. One of the Gospel Greats with The Soul Stirrers, had a wonderful voice! One of my favorites is "Lord Remember Me"……RIP Mr. Huffman

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