Our guests are the African American Hymn Liners, who share the legacy of the long-meter hymn lining tradition.
This episode is dedicated to the life and music of the late Clarence Fountain of the Blind Boys of Alabama. Hear Blind Boys songs and Clarence Fountain solos from the late 1940s to the early 2000s.
Kevan Peabody is our special guest. A former member of the Fisk University Black Mass Choir, Kevan discusses the history of the HBCU gospel choir and the choirs' impact on contemporary gospel music.
This episode features pop songs that were turned into gospel/spiritual/inspirational songs by gospel artists such as the Caravans, James Cleveland (pictured), Angelic Choir, Gospel Keynotes, Five Singing Stars, and others.