Malaco offers hundreds of recordings by legends in the Gospel field.
Organized in March of 1997,Benjamin Cone III & Worship is a group of men and women of various denominations from the Metropolitan Jackson, MS area.
Perhaps the most underrated gospel vocalist and songwriter of black gospel's golden age.
The Matriarch of Gospel, Dr. Mattie Moss Clark, has discovered the fountain of youth in The Collegiate Voices of Faith Choir of Rust College.
Teen Evangelist, Gospel Recording Artist reaches the Teens on the On BIllboard charts, Jekalyn Carr breaking ground and making history as a 15 year old in the Gospel industry, with her single GREATER IS COMING.
Although not raised in a church-going family, gospel leader Kurt Carr took it upon himself to start attending services at age 13 and soon became active in his church's musical programs.
A new and exciting group has exploded on the gospel music circuit-Marc Cooper and Friends.
The Rev. Benjamin Cone Jr. simply translates God's Good News into a language that impacts contemporary times.
The visionary behind the contemporary gospel sound, the Reverend James Cleveland was a pioneering composer and choral director whose progressive arrangements — jazzy and soulful, complete with odd time signatures — helped push the music past the confines of the traditional Baptist hymnal into new and unexpected directions, infusing elements of the sanctified church style and secular pop to alter the face of gospel forever.
Sam Cooke was the most important soul singer in history -- he was also the inventor of soul music, and its most popular and beloved performer in both the black and white communities.
A popular gospel singer who often shouts her music in order for her messages to be received, Shirley Caesar performed with the Caravans in the '60s before pursuing a professional solo career in 1966.
The group was organized in 1946 with the original members being Eddie Jackson, Thoe Thompson, Roscoe Lucious and Harvey Watkins, Sr.
During the period stretching from the late '50s to the mid-'60s, the Caravans went unrivaled as the nation's most popular touring gospel group; acclaimed as one of the greatest female acts ever to arrive on the spiritual music front, their fluctuating roster was unparalleled as a launching pad for future superstars — Shirley Caesar, Inez Andrews, Bessie Griffin and James Cleveland were just a few of the ensemble's alumni who later went on to solo fame.
The Christianaires are an award-winning gospel group that has been around for over two successful decades.
This Florida husband and wife duo became extremely popular during the '50s and '60s with their song sermons and downhome stories of spiritual triumph.