The list of black gospel singers is impressive, but some of the most important stars are still missing from the list.
Here are the five biggest names from the Black Gospel Singers’ list of the biggest singers of the 20th century.1.
The Bachelorette, Lila Jane Goodall-LopezThe Bachelor has been around for almost 70 years, and while it’s been called the most popular television program of all time, it’s also one of the oldest.
Goodall Lilesons first love is the music.
She was born in Nashville, Tennessee, and began singing at the age of 5.
Her voice and singing career has taken off, and she’s been nominated for six Grammy Awards and won a Grammy for Best Female Performance.2.
The Fonz, Billie HolidayBillie Holiday had a lot of love in her life growing up.
Her father, Bob, was a black American military officer and she grew up in Memphis, Tennessee.
She sang at church and school and later went on to star in her own singing show on CBS.
She is the first woman to win a Grammy.3.
Stevie Wonder, Stevie Ray VaughanA pop superstar who had a long career before the pop music industry came along, Stevee Ray Vaughan was the first black singer to have a hit song.
In the 1960s, he toured the country with his band the Wonder Kids.
He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015 and is one of just five black artists to win an Oscar for Best Actor.4.
Stevia Clark, M.I.A.M.M., Stevie LewisOne of the first women to break into the music industry, M-I-A-M.
Lewis was born into a family of artists and worked her way up to becoming a top-selling artist with her own band.
She became a member of the Rockettes and the song “I Love You” became a hit with the public.5.
The Ramones, Buddy HollyThe Ramones have been around since the early 1970s and have sold over 500 million albums and sold more than 150 million albums worldwide.
Holly’s biggest hit was “I Wanna Be Yours,” which was recorded in the early 1980s and released in 1982.
The song is considered the best-selling R&B hit of all-time.