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KIRK FRANKLIN
SALLIE MARTIN GOSPEL SINGERS
MARIE KNIGHT
BIG-NAME GOSPEL SINGERS
FEMALE GOSPEL SINGERS
WILLIAMS
STAGE
LISTENING
GREATEST
PARENTS
POPULARITY
MEMBER
JOINING
DAVIS
MAHALIA JACKSON
CROWD
SINGER
TIME
JAZZ MUSICIAN
THIRD GENERATION
FAMILY
CHURCH
GROUP
JACKSON
WORLDLY
WARDS
SHIRLEY CAESAR
REV
MUSIC
WORLD
EXALTED
BLUES
DINAH WASHINGTON
SAM COOKE
SINGING
GOSPEL
GOSPEL SINGERS
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Definitions

  1. Gospel Singers is a group with a real love for gospel.
  2. Gospel singers are supposed to be vocally agile, and their performances are often technically impressive.
  3. Gospel singers were never suppose to spell correctly.

Kirk Franklin

  1. Kirk Franklin (l.) hosts a new 'Idol'-like show for gospel singers like contestant Deanna Dixon (r.) of Indianapolis.

Sallie Martin Gospel Singers

  1. At fifteen Ruth joined one of the major gospel singers, Sallie Martin, and she toured the gospel circuit with the Sallie Martin Gospel Singers. (Web site)

Marie Knight

  1. In 1954 she did a lot of club dates as part of a triumvirate of gospel singers on the edge of R & B when she teamed with Rosetta Tharpe and Marie Knight. (Web site)

Big-Name Gospel Singers

  1. Past acts have included big-name gospel singers like Kirk Franklin.

Female Gospel Singers

  1. Sammy Price (1908-1992) was also well known for the brilliant backing he gave to female Gospel singers such as Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Marie Knight (3). (Web site)

Williams

  1. Williams, who has Pentecostal roots, said that when she started singing gospel, some gospel singers questioned her sincerity.

Stage

  1. Elvis would turn up at some stage to meet up with J.D. and other gospel singers. (Web site)
  2. See and hear through videos some of the great gospel singers who ministered on stage at Crusades, including Ethel Waters and George Beverly Shea.

Listening

  1. The only reason I know who she is, is because I grew up listening to her parents' music, as well as a lot of other Southern Gospel singers.

Greatest

  1. Acclaimed as one of the greatest gospel singers of her generation, Rosetta Tharpe also played amazingly unique electric guitar.

Parents

  1. Most of her nine siblings, and her parents, are professional gospel singers. (Web site)

Popularity

  1. And now it is making a huge comeback in popularity on YouTube, thanks to Wintley Phipps who is one of my favorite gospel singers.

Member

  1. He thereafter married Anna Carter Gordon, who had been a member of the Chuck Wagon Gang of gospel singers.
  2. He thereafter married Anna Carter Gordon, a member of the Chuck Wagon Gang gospel singers based in Nashville.

Joining

  1. Williams was part of a family quartet (The Southern Gospel Singers, later called The Williams Brothers) before joining the Jackson Southernaires.

Davis

  1. He thereafter married Anna Carter Gordon, a member of the Chuck Wagon Gang gospel singers based in Nashville.[ 14] She survived Davis. (Web site)
  2. Davis, who died last year, ruled his gospel singers with an unforgiving, steady hand.

Mahalia Jackson

  1. Mahalia Jackson, all the great gospel singers.

Crowd

  1. Back then, gospel singers liked to go out into the aisles and work the crowd up.

Singer

  1. His father and mother were both gospel singers so it was natural for Ed to be a singer and musician. (Web site)

Time

  1. She left New Orleans in the 50's to become one of the great blues and gospel singers of our time.
  2. This DVD is a collection of some of the finest moments from the incredible career of George Beverly Shea, one of the greatest gospel singers of all time. (Web site)
  3. One of the most popular gospel singers of all time, Donald Lawrence, will also perform.

Jazz Musician

  1. As gospel singers became more professional, they would try to outdo [each other], much like a jazz musician in a cutting contest. (Web site)

Third Generation

  1. She is also the third generation of gospel singers to come from a Detroit family tree that is today rivalling the Winans in its amazing ongoing impact.

Family

  1. In the 1960s and 1970s the Boone family toured as gospel singers and made gospel albums, such as The Pat Boone Family and The Family Who Prays. (Web site)
  2. Bring your family and friends for a night out to hear 2 of the best Gospel Singers around.

Church

  1. More Songs Biography Miki Howard grew up in the church, where both of her parents were gospel singers. (Web site)

Group

  1. She also helped the Ward Singers, a group of gospel singers, rise to popularity when she became a member.
  2. Stewart began singing publicly with his mother 's group, the Stewart Gospel Singers, as a teenager. (Web site)

Jackson

  1. Jackson was an influence on a number of other secular and gospel singers during her life, Walker says--including Aretha Franklin and Albertina Walker.
  2. Margaret Allison, founder of The Angelic Gospel Singers in 1944, has died, according to her recording label, Malaco Records, based in Jackson, Miss.

Worldly

  1. I think we have gospel singers now being more worldly and even their presentation is commercial. (Web site)

Wards

  1. Like many other gospel singers, the Wards grew up in poverty.

Shirley Caesar

  1. She grew up in the church being inspired by gospel singers such as Shirley Caesar, The Clark Sisters, The Winans Family and the Hawkins Family.
  2. Like all the great gospel singers, Shirley Caesar is a survivor; she began with The Caravans, and she's still a star.

Rev

  1. A core strength of the album lies in the powerful vocal accompaniment of gospel singers Regina and Ann McCrary, daughters of the Rev.

Music

  1. Gospel singers and siblings, BeBe (Benjamin) and CeCe (Cecilia) Winans and groups like Take 6 delivered music to their taste one album after another.

World

  1. Mahalia Jackson became one of the most influential gospel singers in the world. (Web site)
  2. Few are loved as much as Cassietta George of the many gospel singers in the world.

Exalted

  1. Ward ranks among the greatest of gospel singers; only Mahalia Jackson is more exalted.

Blues

  1. Her style of blues can be heard in later blues and gospel singers such as Ethel Waters, Billie Holiday, and Mahalia Jackson. (Web site)
  2. But I am not one of those Gospel singers who thinks blues and rhythm & blues is the Devil's music.

Dinah Washington

  1. Her signature vocal style was influenced by early exposure to African American blues and gospel singers such as Dinah Washington.

Sam Cooke

  1. Recall that a number of rhythm and blues performers (Sam Cooke, Aretha Franklin) started out as gospel singers. (Web site)
  2. Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and Sam Cooke all began their careers as gospel singers before bursting out from the choir into mainstream success.
  3. After that is a string of songs that echo various soul and gospel singers, most notably Sam Cooke and Al Green. (Web site)

Singing

  1. Once gospel singers like Ruth Brown started singing with blues bands, rock and roll became an even stronger force in the music scene.
  2. Inspired by the singing of gospel singers, Rev.
  3. One of the greatest gospel singers is Mahalia Jackson who made you feel what she was singing.

Gospel

  1. They are not just southern gospel singers, but they are singing the gospel.
  2. Female gospel singers initially developed their musical abilities in churches where gospel prevailed as a mode of worship.
  3. As a teen, he sang gospel with the STEWART GOSPEL SINGERS, led by his Mom. (Web site)

Gospel Singers

  1. He consumed himself with music, joining a group of gospel singers and listening to bluesmen like Tampa Red and Big Boy Crudup on the radio.
  2. Also I do collaborations on songs and I put music together for underground R&B singers, Jazz singers, Gospel Singers & Rappers.
  3. A soul vocalist who came from a family of gospel singers, Pat (P.P.) Arnold began singing as a four-year-old.

Categories

  1. Culture > Languages > Language > Gospel
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Singing
  3. Music > Composers > Songwriters > Sam Cooke
  4. Music > Gospel Music > Gospel Singers > Aretha Franklin
  5. Arts > Music > Blues > Dinah Washington

Subcategories

Albertina Walker
Aretha Franklin
Mahalia Jackson
Shirley Caesar
Gospel Singer
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