Difference between revisions of "List of Gospel groups"

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* [[Appointed]]
 
* [[Appointed]]
 
* [[Birmingham Jubilee Singers]] (1926-)
 
* [[Birmingham Jubilee Singers]] (1926-)
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* [[Birmingham Silver Five]] ([[Hobdy Moorer]], 1950s)
 
* [[Blind Boys of Alabama]] (Talladega)
 
* [[Blind Boys of Alabama]] (Talladega)
 
* [[Caravans]]
 
* [[Caravans]]
 
* [[CIO Singers]]
 
* [[CIO Singers]]
* [[Delta-Aires]]
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* [[Delta Aires]] (1940s - current)
 
* [[Dunham Jubilee Singers]] ([[Son Dunham]])
 
* [[Dunham Jubilee Singers]] ([[Son Dunham]])
 
* [[Ensley Jubilee Singers]]
 
* [[Ensley Jubilee Singers]]
* [[Fairfield Four]] (1940s-50s)
 
 
* [[Famous Blue Jay Singers]] ([[Silas Steele]], 1930s-40s)
 
* [[Famous Blue Jay Singers]] ([[Silas Steele]], 1930s-40s)
 
* [[Foster Singers]]
 
* [[Foster Singers]]
 
* [[Four Great Wonders]]
 
* [[Four Great Wonders]]
 
* [[Four Eagles]]
 
* [[Four Eagles]]
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* [[Golden Eagles]] ([[Hobdy Moorer]], 1950s)
 
* [[Gospel Harmonettes]] ([[Dorothy Love Coates]], 1940s-60s)
 
* [[Gospel Harmonettes]] ([[Dorothy Love Coates]], 1940s-60s)
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* [[Gospel Wonders]] ([[Hobdy Moorer]], 1950s)
 
* [[Heavenly Gospel Singers]]
 
* [[Heavenly Gospel Singers]]
 
* [[Johnson Sisters]]
 
* [[Johnson Sisters]]
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* [[Kings of Harmony]] ([[Wenonah]])
 
* [[Kings of Harmony]] ([[Wenonah]])
 
* [[Majesty]]
 
* [[Majesty]]
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* [[Pillars]] ([[Hobdy Moorer]], current)
 
* [[Red Rose Quartet]] ([[Bessemer]])
 
* [[Red Rose Quartet]] ([[Bessemer]])
* [[Sterling Jubilees]] ([[Charles Bridges]], [[John Alexander]] 1929)
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* [[Sterling Jubilees]] ([[Charles Bridges]], [[John Alexander]], 1929)
 
* [[Shelby County Big Four]]
 
* [[Shelby County Big Four]]
 
* [[Skylarks]]
 
* [[Skylarks]]
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==References==
 
==References==
 
* Willett, Henry. "'Birmingham Sound' had profound influence on American Popular Music". Alabama Arts. [http://www.arts.state.al.us/actc/articles/b'ham.htm] - accessed May 5, 2006
 
* Willett, Henry. "'Birmingham Sound' had profound influence on American Popular Music". Alabama Arts. [http://www.arts.state.al.us/actc/articles/b'ham.htm] - accessed May 5, 2006
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* Garrison, Greg (January 19, 2008) "Old-time gospel groups keep a capella sound alive." ''Birmingham News''.
  
 
[[Category:Gospel groups|*]]
 
[[Category:Gospel groups|*]]
 
[[Category:Lists|Gospel groups]]
 
[[Category:Lists|Gospel groups]]

Revision as of 09:47, 22 January 2008

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This is a List of Birmingham gospel groups

References

  • Willett, Henry. "'Birmingham Sound' had profound influence on American Popular Music". Alabama Arts. [1] - accessed May 5, 2006
  • Garrison, Greg (January 19, 2008) "Old-time gospel groups keep a capella sound alive." Birmingham News.