Created in 1921 close to Lakeland, Louisiana, Louis Overstreet started performing in gospel quartets young. He was employed in a turpentine flower in Dequincy, Louisiana, in 1958, nevertheless, when he experienced the call to become full-time minister. Blessed having a ferocious, deep performing voice and associated himself on guitar and bass drum (playing both simultaneously), the Rev. Louis Overstreet, plus a gospel quartet comprised of his four sons, got his own make of road evangelism around Louisiana also to Tx, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Az, Nevada, and California before settling in because the pastor of St. Luke’s Powerhouse Chapel of God in Christ in Phoenix, Az, in 1961. It had been there that Chris Strachwitz of Arhoolie Information documented Overstreet and his congregation and sons for the 1962 LP Rev. Louis Overstreet. The recording was reissued on Compact disc in 1995 with extra tracks documented at Overstreet’s house and a monitor from a 1963 appearance in the Cabale Espresso Home in Berkeley, California. Overstreet passed on in 1980.