Malaco offers hundreds of recordings by legends in the Gospel field.

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Cedric Ford
Once in a great while, there comes one who overcomes adversity, by defying the odds through strength, strong heartedness, and perseverance.
Charles Fold
For over 24 years, Charles Fold and The Charles Fold Singers have been electrifying audiences across the country.

Kirk Franklin
Since his debut, 1993's Kirk Franklin and the Family, Kirk Franklin has been one of the brightest stars in contemporary gospel music.

Rev. C.L. Franklin
Clarence Vaughn Franklin (C L Franklin)--born 1915 in a Mississippi sharecropper family--became a nationally known and respected Baptist minister of Detroit, Michigan.
The Five Blind Boys of Alabama
Since 1939, The Blind Boys of Alabama have sung a fervent blend of traditional and contemporary Gospel music.

Al Green
Al Green was the first great soul singer of the '70s and arguably the last great Southern soul singer.

Cassietta George
Born: Jan 23, 1929 in Memphis, TN
Dr. Jonathan Greer
Dr. Jonathan Greer, II has been a minister of the gospel since the age of nine.

Euclid Gray
Currently, Euclid is cast in the worldwide hit play, Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns" as Rev. Henry Oliver.
Chicago singer, songwriter, and emcee, Gemstones (formally Gemini) is the definition of a true talent.

Georgia Mass Choir
The magic began in 1983 in Macon, Georgia, when the Georgia Mass Choir was organized by the Rev. Milton Biggham, who signed up the finest singers in the region, ranging in age from 13 through 70.
Gospel Compilations
Mahalia Jackson, Albertina Walker, The Caravans, Dorothy Norwood, The Jackson Southernaires, Thomas Dorsey, James Cleveland, The Williams Brothers, The MIssissippi Mass Choir and the Georgia Mass Choir are only a few of the legendary gospel acts that can be found on Malaco Music Group's gospel compilation CDs that celebrate the heritage of gospel music over the last century.

Gospel Crowns
Based in Terrell, Texas, The Gospel Crowns have been entertaining audiences for nearly a decade as they have cleverly combined praise, humor and just good old time gospel in a magnificent way.

The Gospel Music Workshop Mass Choir
In 1968, the Reverend James Cleveland organized and held the first Gospel Music Workshop of America (GMWA) convention in Detroit, Michigan, at the King Solomon Baptist Church.

Dr. Charles G. Hayes
For more than four decades, this premiere interdenominational choir has proven thier staying power and commitment to traditional gospel muisc by recording classics such as "Jesus Can Work it Out" and "Step Back, Let God Do It," featuring the lead vocals of the electrifying Diane Williams.
Fred Hammond
A multi-instrumentalist, producer and vocalist for the soulful black gospel group Commissioned during the 1980s and '90s, Fred Hammond also became one of the most popular praise & worship leaders in the field.

Gerald Hinton and The New Redeemers
Gerald Hinton: The Man
Greg Hoover
A newcomer to gospel music in 1998, Greg Hoover gathered together a community of gospel voices in Charlotte, North Carolina to create the group, Greg Hoover and the Charlote Community Singers.

Linda Henry and Daughters Of Faith
For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.

Lonnie Hunter & The Voices of St. Mark
Lonnie Hunter III is making his stunning debut on the Muscle Shoals Sound Gospel label with the contemporary gospel album Lonnie Hunter III & The Voices of St.
Walter Hawkins
One of gospel musicís most legendary figures, Bishop Walter Hawkins is a beloved figure in contemporary Gospel Music today.

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