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The Grammy Award winning gospel performer Bishop Hezekiah Walker was born in 1962 in New York. Before he rose to fame in the mid 1980’s, when his performances with the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir began to garner him attention, Walker grew up in the public housing projects of Brooklyn. Hezekiah was drawn to the church and to music from an early age, and in the 1990’s he established the Love Fellowship Tabernacle to further spread the gospel message. ...Hezekiah Walker Bio Continue
The American R&B singer Horace Brown was born in Hartford, Connecticut. Horace’s childhood was filled with the sounds of the gospel choir at the church where his father served as minister, although his initial aspirations were to become a professional basketball player. Throughout high school, Brown played basketball but also learned to play a number of different instruments and marched with the school band. After an unfortunate injury destroyed Horace’s dreams of becoming ...Horace Brown Bio Continue
The soul singer Irma Thomas was born in 1941 in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. Long before Thomas won her first Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2007, she had spent nearly fifty years performing as one of the era’s most talented, if unappreciated, performers. Irma began singing as a teenager in her local church choir, eventually landing a deal with a local New Orleans label. Her debut single, “(You Can Have My Husband But) Don’t Mess with My Man” experienced sig...Irma Thomas Bio Continue
The Grammy award winning gospel singer Jacky Clark-Chisholm was born in 1948. Long before Jacky and her sisters rose to fame as part of the gospel group, The Clark Sisters, she grew up inspired by her mother’s work as a gospel performer and composer. While still young women, Jacky and her sisters established the Clark Sisters, rising to fame and giving audiences some of the most significant gospel hits of the era. Jacky Clark-Chisholm released her debut s...Jacky Clark-Chisholm Bio Continue
The American gospel singer Joann Rosario was born in 1974 in Chicago. Rosario grew up influenced by the music of her father’s church; as a pastor for the local Spanish community, his work gave Joann great opportunity to sing in the choir and perfect her gospel talents, in both English and Spanish. Ultimately, Joann grew up to become a highly accomplished performer, often credited with bringing Spanish-language gospel music to the market. Joann Rosario rel...Joann Rosario Bio Continue
Gospel singer Karen Clark Sheard was born in 1958. Young Karen grew up in a household filled with musical influence; her father was the director of the local church’s gospel choir, and so not only did Karen study music as a child, but so did her siblings. Clark’s first foray into the professional world of music was as the soprano member of the Clark Sisters, the family singing group. Karen remained with the Clark Sisters until 1996...Karen Clark Sheard Bio Continue
The R&B recording artist Keke Wyatt was born Ketara Shavon Wyatt in 1982 in Indianapolis. Young Keke grew up in a household with many musical influences; her parents were gospel musicians and other members of the family were hip-hop and R&B performers and writers. By the time Keke was only five, she’d already given her first live performance, and at the age of ten she recorded her first song, “What If,” which appeared on a compilation album of gospel music.Keke Wyatt Bio Continue
The R&B singer and songwriter Kelly Price was born in 1973 in Queens, New York. Young Kelly’s interest in music began when she was still a toddler, singing in her local church choir, and by the time she was a teenager, she’d garnered the attention of Sony Columbia, which gave Kelly her earliest gigs as a backup singer and guest vocalist. Some of Price’s earliest appearances include providing vocals on such songs as “Fantasy” (f...Kelly Price Bio Continue
The vocalist and performer Kenny Lattimore grew up in Greenbelt, Maryland. While in high school, young Kenny developed an interest in music composition and performance while participating in his school’s band program. Following his college studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C., Lattimore began working as a session vocalist for the group Maniquin before the group members decided to bring him on as lead singer. With Maniquin, Kenny enjoyed moderate success for a short period...Kenny Lattimore Bio Continue
The American gospel singer Kim Burrell was born in Houston, Texas. Kim’s foray into the world of gospel music was a bit of a surprise, considering that she suffered from recurrent bouts of pneumonia as a child. Despite this, she began singing while still a toddler in her father’s church choir, and by the mid 1990’s, she’d entered the recording studio to begin work on her first studio album. Try Me Again was released in 1995, but its independent natu...Kim Burrell Bio Continue
The gospel musician Kirk Franklin was born in 1970 in Fort Worth, Texas. Young Kirk grew up in raised by his great aunt, a woman who was highly supportive of his desire to study music. Although the family was rather poor, she saved so that Kirk could take piano lessons starting at the age of four, and by the time Kirk was seven, he’d already begun to compose music, frequently playing by ear. Kirk joined his local church choirs and began professional relationships wit...Kirk Franklin Bio Continue
The American gospel singer LaShun Pace was born Tarrian LaShun Pace in Atlanta, Georgia in 1956. Pace was raised in a very small community, in which she began to perform with the local church choir as a child. When LaShun was a teenager, she and her siblings formed the group The Anointed Pace Sisters and began touring. LaShun Pace released her solo debut, In the House of the Lord, in 1988. The album was a collaboration alongside the Cathedral of Faith Choir and its director, Dr....Lashun Pace Bio Continue
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