Gospel (Reference)

Technically, this includes CCM (Contemporary Christian Music), not that I ny e any inclination to listen to any. Artists who made their maewhere there tend to be listed there, which includes almost all country singers who have dabbled in gospel (even Doyle Lawson and the Louvin Brothers, who more than dabbled), as well as Sam Cooke, Wynona Carr, Al Green, Philip Bailey, and others.

The reference list includes records that have been obtained and/or rated (in blue) as well as many other records that have been recommended from various sources.

Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir [1960– ]

Yolanda Adams (1964– )

Rance Allen

Margaret Allison (1920– )

Inez Andrews

Vanessa Bell Armstrong (1953– )

Susan Ashton

E.C. Ball

Willie Banks

The Barrett Sisters

Margaret Becker

William Becton

Tyrone Birkett (1959– )

The Blackwood Brothers

Robert Blair

The Blind Boys of Alabama

Alex Bradford (1926–78)

Rev. Milton Brunson

Bushwick Gospel Singers

Shirley Caesar (1938– )

The Campbell Brothers [1997– ]

The Caravans

Wylie Champion (1946–2021)

Rev. Julius Cheeks (1929–81)

The Chosen Gospel Singers

The Clark Sisters [1959– ]

James Cleveland (1932–91)

Dorothy Love Coates (1930–2002)

Come Sunday

Andrae Crouch (1950– )

DC Talk

Dedicated Men of Zion

The Detroiters

The Dixie Hummingbirds

Thomas A. Dorsey (1899–1993)

Phil Driscoll (1947– )

Michael English

The Fairfield Four [1960– ]

The Five Blind Boys of Alabama [1937– ]

The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi

Clarence Fountain (1929– )

Rev. C.L. Franklin

Kirk Franklin

Reverend J.M. Gates (1885–1941)

Cassietta George (1929–95)

The Golden Gate Quartet [1937– ]

The Gospel Harmonettes

Amy Grant (1960– )

Fred Hammond (1960– )

The Harmonizing Four [1950– ]

Larnelle Harris

Edwin Hawkins (1943– )

Tramaine Hawkins (1957– )

Reverend Charlie Jackson (1932–2006)

Mahalia Jackson (1911–72)

The Jackson Southernaires

T.D. Jakes (1957– )

Jars of Clay [1994– ]

Bessie Jones (1902–84)

Phil Keaggy

John P. Kee (1962– )

Ben Bowen King

Christy Lane (1940– )

Hovie Lister and the Statesmen

Roberta Martin (1907–69)

The Sallie Martin Singers

Brother Joe May (1912–72)

Donnie McClurkin (1961– )

Liz McComb

Meditation Singers [1947– ]

The Mighty Clouds of Joy [1959– ]

Geoff Moore

Dorothy Norwood

Michael Omartian

Rev. Louis Overstreet (1947–80)

Isaiah Owens

Shun Pace-Rhodes

Washington Phillips (1880–1954)

The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers

The Pilgrim Travelers

The Radio Four

Rev. D.C. Rice

Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou

The Sensational Nightingales

Shakers n' Bakers

Richard Smallwood (1948– )

Willie Mae Ford Smith (1906–94)

The Soul Stirrers

Sounds of Blackness

The Southern Sons

The Speer Family

The Spiritualaires of Hurtsboro, Alabama

Pops Staples (1914–2000)

The Staple Singers [1955– ]

Swan Silvertones [1938– ]

Russ Taff (1953– )

Take 6 [1988– ]

Rosetta Tharpe (1915–73)

Sonny Treadway

Trin-I-Tee 5:7

Kathy Troccoli

Albertina Walker (1930– )

Hezekiah Walker (1962– )

Clara Ward (1924–73)

The Whites

Dewey Williams

Marion Williams (1927–94)

The Williams Brothers

Vickie Winans (1953– )

The Winans [1981– ]

BeBe and CeCe Winans [1985– ]

Various Artists