Get on Board
The Anointed Fuller Gospel Singers are from Savannah, GA. Their manager, booking agent, and producer is Dr. Arleen Fuller Arleen Fuller Music Group, Inc. And Arleen Fuller Gospel Productions. Paul Beasley of the Original Gospel Keynotes of Tyler, Texas is their business manager. Several of their members are Pastors, assistant pastors & evangelist. The original members began singing as young children, in the late 60's. Even though they have been singing for years, they never celebrated an anniversary. In 1997, they celebrated their first anniversary. In 1998, they changed their style to sing traditional quartet. Their mother Daveola Fuller 68 sings background vocals, Her oldest daughter Arleen Fuller 48 is a lead singer, Eleanor Fuller Cowherd 41 is next to last daughter, and sing lead and background vocals, Katrina Fuller Page 31 is the youngest daughter, sing lead and background vocals, Soneisha Mobley Norman 28 is the oldest daughter of Arleen and sings lead and background vocals, Chantell Mobley Guillory 25, youngest daughter of Arleen sings lead and background vocals, David Thornton 47, plays bass guitar and played both lead and bass on CD, Ronald Mobley, Jr., 23, youngest child of Arleen and is the drummer, Anteron Norman, Sr., 30, husband of Soneisha plays keyboard and is a lead and background vocalist, Elder Alfred Brown, 57, plays rhythm guitar. All songs was written by the Anointed Fuller Gospel Singers. In 2002, they debut their first CD, Blessing in the Rain. On March 19, 2006, they debut their new recording 'Get on Board', the Gospel Train. The photos was taken at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum, in Savannah, GA. Artwork was done by Agatha Cheuk, who is a graduate of Savannah College of Arts and Designs (SCAD). On May 13, 2006 the won the 'Quartet of the Year' Award from AM1230 WSOK Radio Station in Savannah, GA and also May 2007.