The Pilgrim Jubilees, sometimes commonly known as “The Jubes”
PAST GROUP MEMBERS
Elgie Graham Leonard Brownlee
Willie Johnson Percy Clark
Major Roberson Roosevelt English
Kenneth Madden Theophillies Graham
Richard “Rufus” Crume Monrow Hatchett
CURRENT GROUP MEMBERS
Cleve Graham Ben Chandler
Clay Graham Michael Atkins
Bobby McDougal Eddie Graham
ALBUMS AND SUCCESS ON THE CHARTS
The Pilgrim Jubilees have had much success throughout their career. Until today, they have released 25 with 6 record labels since 1952. Five of those a
Their album, “Family Affair”, was released in 1991 and peaked at #18 on the charts.
Their album, “Gospel Roods” was released through Malaco Records in 1987 and peaked at #19 on the charts.
Their album, “Back to the Basics”, released in 1989 and peaked at #28 on the charts.
Their album, “In Revival”, released in 1994 and peaked at #31 on the charts.
Their album, “I’m Getting Better All the Time, releasing in 1993, peaked at #37 on the charts.
ELEMENTS OF THE PILGRIM JUBILEES
The Pilgrim Jubilees liked to include the bass guitar and the bass voice as a way to signify their sound.
THE PILGRIM JUBILEES’ INFLUENCE
When the Pilgrim Jubilees were first getting started, gospel music was nearly as popular and prominent as it is now. The Pilgrim Jubilees really set a standard by being the first gospel quartet to be the subject of a full-length biography. Now, gospel music is extremely popular, as well as gospel singers.