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Antioch

A familial gospel group made up of dad William Walls, mom Rose Wall space, and daughters and sisters Brinia Moore and Tammy Sowell, Antioch mixes traditional foot-stomping gospel tunes and hymns with an increase of contemporary- and contemporary-sounding compliment & worship materials, drifting sometimes into an early on R&B audio. …

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Homer Rodeheaver

b. Homer Alvan Rodeheaver, 4 Oct 1880, Union Furnace, Ohio, USA, d. 18 Dec 1955, Winona Lake, Indiana, USA. Elevated in Tennessee, Rodeheaver performed trombone and sang inside a wealthy baritone. After armed service service through the Spanish-American Battle, he studied regulation at Ohio Wesleyan College or university. Choosing a …

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Lee & Cindy Condran

Industrial jingle writers developing a gospel music community in Annville, PA, they cover many idioms with an articulate design, principally Southern gospel and MOR.

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Lisa Knowles & The Brown Singers of Memphis, Tennessee

Feminine gospel quartet the Dark brown Singers were shaped in Memphis, Tennessee in the past due ’70s by Willie Mae Richmond (whose maiden name was Dark brown) and quickly garnered a subsequent because of their beautiful and energetic vocal performances. Richmond’s granddaughter, Lisa Knowles, joined up with the quartet when …

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The Canton Spirituals

An award-winning gospel group away of Canton, Mississippi who pioneered mixing traditional gospel with contemporary R&B and metropolitan elements, the Canton Spirituals were shaped in 1943 by Harvey Watkins, Sr., along with Reverend I.S. Watkins, Claude “Bubba” Nichols, Warren G. Ward, Isaac Bolton, Eddie Jackson, Theo Thompson, and Roscoe Lucious. …

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The Paschall Brothers

Produced in March 1981 in Norfolk, VA, by Rev. Frank A. Paschall, Sr., and five of his seven sons, the Paschall Brothers (these were known in those start simply because Rev. Frank Paschall & the Pasachall Brothers) specific in the BLACK root base gospel audio that surfaced in the wake …

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The Steeles

Known for his or her socially conscious anthems a lot more than their big, sweeping worship ballads, the Steeles certainly are a Tennessee-based Southern gospel group (never to become confused using the African-American gospel band of the same name) with a family group nucleus of couple, Jeff and Sherry Steele, …

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The Mighty Clouds of Joy

Modern gospel’s preeminent group, the Mighty Clouds of Pleasure carried the torch for the original quartet vocal design throughout a time dominated by single acts and choirs; pioneering a distinctively funky audio that as time passes gained grudging approval actually among purists, they forced religious music in fresh and unpredicted …

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New Tradition

New Tradition is usually a bluegrass outfit that’s firmly rooted in the gospel. The group arrived together in the first ’80s using the purpose of staying a regional trend. However, New Custom soon discovered itself playing 200-plus displays a season and moving many copies of their albums. Over time, the …

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