Lee Williams began performing gospel music as early as age group eight, when his uncle, an associate of an organization called the Gospel Celebrities, come up with a friend group featuring Williams and his 3 brothers. Williams’ uncle also created a group known as the Religious QC’s in 1962 (QC’s standing up for “certified Christian performers”), so when this clothing split up in 1968, Williams required the name for his personal group. Even though Religious QC’s toured on / off during the last three years from the 20th hundred years, it wasn’t before ’90s that their music was recorded thoroughly. Williams’ group peaked commercially with 2000’s Great Time, which came into the very best Ten of Billboard’s gospel albums, gained the group Traditional Quartet of the entire year in the Gospel Music Superiority Honours, and was nominated for Greatest Gospel Album in the Spirit Train Music Honours. Williams’ group continuing to record and tour to great acclaim with the mid-2010s.