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      • Black Southern vocal groups like the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi, the Five Blind Boys of Alabama and the Staple Singers recorded some of the most powerful gospel music of this era. During the 1950s, a number of Gospel stars including Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin had successful pop crossover work as well as their gospel work.
  1. This list is designed to let the fans of Southern gospel separate the absolute best Southern gospel singers and groups from the chafe. Southern gospel music is a beloved genre of Christian music originating in the Southern United States, aka below the Mason-Dixon line. The Hoppers and The Isaacs are perfect examples of the Southern gospel sound ...

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    • Karen Peck and New River. Karen Peck started singing professionally in 1981 with The Nelons. She remained with the group for 10 years before she felt like God was calling her to take the next step in her musical journey.
    • Tribute Quartet. The Tribute Quartet formed in 2006, and within two years, had been named the "Horizon Group of the Year" at the National Quartet Convention.
    • The Ball Brothers. Andrew and Daniel Ball, their brother-in-law Chad McCloskey, and Matt Davis form the group called The Ball Brothers. The brothers grew up in central Illinois and were singing at early ages.
    • Greater Vision. The trio known as Greater Vision has been touching audiences around the world since 1990. With over 200 performances a year and 30+ releases, they have become the most awarded trio in the history of Gospel music with awards for Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Video of the Year, and Artist of the Year.
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  3. Black Southern vocal groups like the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi, the Five Blind Boys of Alabama and the Staple Singers recorded some of the most powerful gospel music of this era. During the 1950s, a number of Gospel stars including Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin had successful pop crossover work as well as their gospel work. Genres Religious

  4. The Florida Boys is a Southern Gospel vocal quartet founded in about 1946 by J. G. Whitfield. Originally named The Gospel Melody Quartet, the group… The Perrys 5,160 listeners The Perrys are a professional Southern Gospel quartet based in Gallatin, TN. The group formed on December 25, 1970 with Randy Perry and his… Jeff & Sheri Easter

  5. Sep 10, 1996 · Discover 1950's Gospel Classics (1950-58) by Various Artists released in 1996. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  6. In the middle 1950s, the group was composed of D. Love, M. Miller, W. Newberry, V. Kolls, O. Edwards, with Herbert "Pee Wee" Pickard, piano. Their records were under the labels Victor, Speciality, Nashboro, Andex and Savoy. Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver The gospel music that we record and perform on stage has always been important to me.