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MODERN JAZZ MUSICIANS
GOSPEL BLUES
GOSPEL QUARTETS
GOSPEL HYMN
KURT CARR
AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPIRITUALS
AMERICAN GOSPEL MUSIC COMPOSER
PLAYING GOSPEL MUSIC
SINGING GOSPEL MUSIC
BLACK GOSPEL MUSIC
ALBUMS
WRITER
KING
QUEEN
TEENAGER
TENNESSEE
ORLEANS
EXCELLENCE
SPIRITUALS
ARRANGER
CAREER
PINNACLE
OWN TIME
OWN GROUP
FAMILY
COUNTRY MUSIC
RHYTHMIC
RECORD PRODUCER
CHORAL MUSIC
HISTORY
BOOK REVIEWS
HIP-HOP
RAP MUSIC
COUNTRY MUSICIANS
DOTTIE RAMBO
ROOTS
OLD-TIME MUSIC
GOSPEL SINGER
BILL GAITHER
MAHALIA JACKSON
MEMBER
CHURCH
AMERICANS
SINGER
JAZZ
COUNTRY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Gospel Music"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Gospel music was nevertheless using music forms compatible with Christian hymns and therefore less marked by the blues form than its secular counter part.
  2. Country and gospel music was a part of everyday life, and Jimmie learned to play guitar while building a large repertoire of songs.
  3. Indeed, Gospel Music is the popular religious music and hymnody of Christian Fundamentalism.

Modern Jazz Musicians

  1. Nor did modern jazz musicians and followers become involved with our passion for gospel music and have rarely done so since.

Gospel Blues

  1. Gospel blues is a blues-based form of gospel music (a combination of blues guitar and evangelistic lyrics).

Gospel Quartets

  1. The quartet lost their preeminent position in gospel music after the war, when they faced competition from the newer hard gospel quartets.

Gospel Hymn

  1. Gospel Hymn and Song Lyrics - Words to old and new gospel music.

Kurt Carr

  1. New York, NY (BlackNews.com) - Internationally renowned and celebrated, Kurt Carr is one of the brightest jewels in the crown of Gospel music.

African-American Spirituals

  1. Based on African-American spirituals and gospel music, it is perhaps the most popular ballet created in the twentieth century.

American Gospel Music Composer

  1. Kurt Carr is an American gospel music composer and performer.

Playing Gospel Music

  1. Grammy award-winning bassist John Benitez, born in Rio Piedreas Puerto Rico, started playing gospel music in church at the age of thirteen.
  2. He began playing gospel music, but after a stint in the military – where he met Jimi Hendrix, Albert King and Howlin' Wolf – he turned to the blues.

Singing Gospel Music

  1. He grew up singing gospel music in a church choir, but moved to Kingston in 1958 at the age of thirteen.

Black Gospel Music

  1. Black Gospel, news, information, and resources for black gospel music.
  2. It was strongly influenced by jazz, jump blues and black gospel music.
  3. The Black Gospel Music Clef is dedicated to providing resources and information for particpants and supporters of the ministry of Black Gospel Music.

Albums

  1. Many secular Country Music artists have recorded gospel songs on their albums or have performed gospel music on their radio or television shows.
  2. One area that Igbo musicians have produced countless Lps and albums is in the gospel music genre.

Writer

  1. Mario Winans is an R&B and gospel music producer, writer, and singer.

King

  1. James Cleveland, considered the king of gospel music, topped their sales figures on the gospel circuit, which included tours and record sales.

Queen

  1. Few contemporary gospel singers could do justice to the rich legacy of the Queen of Gospel Music.

Teenager

  1. They were also the first company to record his daughter Aretha Franklin, when as a teenager she recorded gospel music for the label.
  2. Donald Vails and Thomas Whitfield, Cage began singing gospel music as a teenager.

Tennessee

  1. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Whalum was deeply influenced by Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes and other Memphis soul maestros, as well as by gospel music.
  2. Born in Tiptonville, Tennessee, as a poor tenant farmer, Perkins grew up surrounded by southern gospel music sung by blacks working in the cotton fields.

Orleans

  1. Born in the New Orleans suburb of Kenner, Chris Kenner sang gospel music with his church choir, and moved to New Orleans in his teens.

Excellence

  1. Luther Barnes is a name that is synonymous with excellence in Gospel Music.

Spirituals

  1. African American writing has also tended to incorporate within itself oral forms such as spirituals, sermons, gospel music, blues and rap.
  2. African American oral culture is rich in poetry, including spirituals, African American gospel music, blues and rap.

Arranger

  1. World-class composer, pianist and arranger, Richard Smallwood has clearly and solidly changed the face of Gospel music.
  2. In gospel music, his work as a composer and arranger is acknowledged to be so significant that he is often referred to as the father of gospel music.

Career

  1. Early in her career, Stella sang gospel music and formed her own gospel group, the Stella Parton Singers.
  2. I left school after two-and-a-half years to pursue a career in gospel music.

Pinnacle

  1. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Mahalia Jackson is viewed by many as the pinnacle of gospel music.
  2. So, within hours of winning four Dove Awards, the pinnacle of the gospel music industry, Michael English announced to the world that he was having an affair.

Own Time

  1. Rev. James Cleveland is a legend in his own time and will be forever be remembered as the King of Gospel Music.

Own Group

  1. Taking after their father, who sang gospel music, Bobby Womack and his brothers formed their own group.

Family

  1. Since his debut, 1993's Kirk Franklin and the Family, Kirk Franklin has been one of the brightest stars in contemporary gospel music.

Country Music

  1. Christian Country music is a format of gospel music, first developed in the 1980s, during the surge in popularity of country music on mainstream radio.

Rhythmic

  1. It did this by maintaining the rhythmic drive of bebop while including a healthier dose of the blues and gospel music.
  2. Dominated by Berry Gordy 's Motown Records empire, Detroit soul is strongly rhythmic, and influenced by gospel music.

Record Producer

  1. Anthony Heilbut is an American writer, and record producer of gospel music.

Choral Music

  1. Christian musicians are musicians who make Christian music, such as choral music, Gospel music, or Christian rock.

History

  1. The Caravans had several members who became famous in the history of gospel music: Albertina Walker, Inez Andrews, and Sarah McKissick.

Book Reviews

  1. Gospel Music - History of black gospel music and negro spirtuals plus articles and book reviews.

Hip-Hop

  1. In the recordings of Kirk Franklin and others, hip-hop had previously made inroads into gospel music, but this kind of wild eclectic mix was completely new.

Rap Music

  1. Ramsey (2003) also discussed the commercialization of rap music, but within the contexts of film and gospel music.

Country Musicians

  1. Like so many country musicians, Jamey first performed gospel music in churches with his father.

Dottie Rambo

  1. DOTTIE RAMBO, indefatigable song writer, renowned recording artist and reigning Queen of Gospel Music, has over 2500 songs that touch millions.

Roots

  1. Much of modern popular music can trace its roots to the emergence in the late 1800s of African American blues and the growth in the 1920s of gospel music.
  2. Never losing sight of their roots, in 2007 the band was awarded Contemporary Rock Album of the Year by the Gospel Music Association.

Old-Time Music

  1. It has roots in traditional folk music, Celtic music, blues, gospel music, hokum, and old-time music and evolved rapidly in the 1920s.
  2. It has roots in traditional folk music, Celtic music, blues, gospel music, hokum, and old-time music.

Gospel Singer

  1. Gospel singer, songwriter, guitarist Sister Rosetta Tharpe was the first great star of Gospel music, surfacing on the pop music charts in 1938.

Bill Gaither

  1. March 4, 1942(1942-03-04)) is a songwriter for Gospel music, along with her husband, Bill Gaither.
  2. Recently, he was welcomed into the Bill Gaither "Homecoming" family, performing alongside other legends of Gospel music.

Mahalia Jackson

  1. Mahalia Jackson, The Queen of Gospel Music, was born in New Orleans in 1912 and moved to Chicago at an early age.
  2. The city also has a rich tradition of gospel music and spirituals; Mahalia Jackson was the most famous of New Orleans' gospel singers.
  3. Clay Evans once told La Shun that she would eventually pick up and carry the torch left by the mother of gospel music, Mahalia Jackson.

Member

  1. Formerly a member of the Rastafari movement[ 3] in the late 1990s she converted to Christianity and now sings Gospel music.
  2. Kurt Kaiser, (born December 17, 1934) is an award winning singer-songwriter of Contemporary Christian music and member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame.

Church

  1. Although he was studying classical music in school, playing gospel music in church and R&B at dances, he was drawn to jazz by listening to Charlie Parker.
  2. While working in a gospel music store and singing in the church, Joe met producer Vincent Herbert and recorded a three-track demo tape.
  3. Brown was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.[ 1] He started singing gospel music in the church.

Americans

  1. Chronicles the transformation of black gospel music into a defining sound for all Americans.

Singer

  1. Fred Hammond is a gospel music singer, bass guitar player, and record producer.
  2. Alvin Chea is a gospel music singer and a member of the award-winning gospel performing group Take 6.
  3. Mario Winans is an American R&B and gospel music producer, writer, and singer.

Jazz

  1. When Parker was still a child, his family moved to Kansas City, Missouri, where jazz, blues and gospel music were flourishing.
  2. Hargrove is the bandleader of the progressive group The RH Factor, which combines elements of jazz, funk, hip-hop, soul, and gospel music.
  3. She performs jazz and gospel music with John Bird and other jazz musicians.

Country

  1. Randy Travis is a country and gospel music singer whose distinctive baritone and traditional style have made him a star since the 1980s.
  2. The exhibit at the Tennessee State Museum represents more than 40 years of musical milestones in Country, bluegrass, rock and Southern gospel music.

Categories

  1. Culture > Arts > Music > Blues
  2. Culture > Arts > Genres > Music Genre
  3. Bop
  4. Culture > Arts > Music > Soul Music
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Subcategories

Gospel Singers (5)
Dottie Rambo
James Cleveland

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