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The Soul Stirrers are an gospel music group, whose career spans over eighty years. The group was a pioneer in the development of the quartet style of gospel, and a major influence of soul music, doo wop, and motown sound, some of the secular music that owed much to gospel. Sam Cooke pictured here was a member of the group before going solo.

For over 50 years, The Highway Q.C.’s sang Gospel songs and helped launch the careers of some well known secular entertainment stars; Lou Rawls, Sam Cooke, and Jonnie Taylor. Chicago, Illinois was the founding place for The Highway Q.C.’s in 1945. A group of male teens started the group and throughout the years the group, as a whole, saw an interchange of lead vocalists.

Formed in Greenville, South Carolina by James B. Davis, the Dixie Hummingbirds began their career during the late '30s as a jubilee-styled act; joined in 1938 by 13-yr-old baritone phenom Ira Tucker and bass singer extraordinaire Willie Bobo, a former member of the Heavenly Gospel Singers, the group made their recorded debut a year later on Decca, where they issued singles including "Soon Will Be Done with the Troubles of This World," "Little Wooden Church" and "Joshua Journeyed to Jericho."

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The Gospel Four of Memphis, Tennessee was organized by George Dean, Robert Dean and John Whitmore in the year of 1969. During the first year, James Harris (former Southern Bells) and Walter Nelson (former Christian Harmonizers) joined the group. In 1976 Litton Dean joined and in 1977 Larry Neal (former Gabriel-Aires) joined the group. Finally in...

This is one of the last nationally televised apperances of the late Willie Neal Johnson. Enjoy the Country Boy in action.