Jubilee Quartets by Kamiya Watkins

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Golden Gate

The most famous Jubilee Quartet group. Original members consists of four men: a baritone, tenor, second tenor, and bass
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Blind Boys

The Blind Boys of Alabama

From the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind, where the original members met as children, all the way to The White House - where they've performed for three different presidents - the band's story is, in many ways, America's story, and that story is at the heart of their emotional new album, 'Almost Home.'
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Loudin's

Loudin's Jubilee Singers

Leader was Frederick Loudin and he became head over the Jubilee Singers after being solo. They sang internationally and it took them 6 years to complete it.
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Dixie

Dixie Hummingbirds

The Dixie Hummingbirds are an influential American gospel music group, spanning more than 80 years from the jubilee quartet style of the 1920s, through the "hard gospel" quartet style of gospel's golden age in the 1940s and 1950s
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Fisk Jubilee

Fisk University Jubilee Quartet

University Jubilee Quartet that consisted of four men and five women. This group was formed to help fund Fisk University during their financial hardships.
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Tuskegee

Tuskegee Institute Jubilee Quartet

The main purpose of the quartet was to perform jubilee spirituals during fund-raising campaigns. The quartet consisted of leader Robert H. Hamilton, Hiram H. Thweatt, John F. McLeMore, and Warren Logan. Quartets rose to prominence after the creation of arranged negro spirituals.
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Jubilee 4

The Jubilee Four

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Fairfield 4

The Fairfield FOur

Started under the direction of their church's assistant pastor. They started off as a quartet and then expanded their membership. FF sang in gospel music genre.
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Funkadelic

adelic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1It4rNbOCM Funk music  more of a freedom of expression for blacks. In this genre, the structure was more free and explicit to express identity

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Ragtime, The Genre

Ragtime, The Genre By: Kamiya Watkins Ragtime is a music genre that dates back from the 1896 all the way until 1920. The defining characteristic

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Jazmine Sullivan a Masterpiece

Jazmine Sullivan Biography Click Here Discography Click Here Billboard Charts Click Here Website Click Here Biography Jazmine Marie Sullivan is an African American singer-songwriter from

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House of Techno

House of Techno is a form of electronic dance music that emerged in Detroit, MI in the mid to late 1980s. Generally a repetitive instrumental

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Let the Church Say AMEN!

Let the Church Say All Kirk Franklin Yolanda Adams Walter Hawkins BeBe and CeCe Winans Comissioned John P Kee Mary Mary Andrae Crouch Gospel is

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Folk Review- Kamiya Watkins

A Review of “That’s all Folk…music” By: Kamiya Watkins  The article that I will be critiquing is called That’s all Folk… music by Justice Randle.

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Rhythm and Blues

Rhythm and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnktgvHxLFA R&B first stream was in Los Angeles (late 1940s) and this genre came out of jazz. An electrical guitar was played and

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80s Period Artists (2pm Class)

By: Bianca Brown, Jamil Dawson, Assata Gui’Chard, Kendall Heath, Donecia Mouring, Stephany Pogue, Sidnee Salter, Monét Stewart, Kamiya Watkins, and Nia Weeks      

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