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Topic - Aaron Crisler
Sherrill "Shaun" Nielsen, a gospel singer who performed with Elvis Presley, has died at age 68.
Officials say a fire during a gospel performance forced the evacuation of the historic Majestic Theater in Chillicothe (chi-li-KAH'-thee).
Officials say a fire during a gospel performance forced the evacuation of the historic Majestic Theater in Chillicothe (chi-li-KAH'-thee), Ohio.
Nielsen's publicist, Aaron Crisler, says Nielsen died Friday of lung cancer.
Crisler says Kelly Nelon Clark, her husband Jason Clark and daughter Amber Nelon Thompson credited members of the group Beyond the Ashes for helping them to escape.