R.I.P. Gospel Quartet Singer Charles Johnson

Rev. Joe Williams informed the Journal of Gospel Music yesterday of the passing of Charles Johnson.

Johnson was a gospel quartet singer and recording artist who worked with the Sensational Nightingales and Gospel Consolators, and fronted his own group, Charles Johnson & the Revivers. Johnson died of a massive heart attack in Durham, North Carolina.

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About Bob Marovich

Bob Marovich is a gospel music historian, author, and radio host. Founder of Journal of Gospel Music blog (formally The Black Gospel Blog) and producer of the Gospel Memories Radio Show.

5 comments

  1. RIP Mr. Johnson. Your music and showmanship inspired me. Loved your voice! Jack Brown – The Gospel Trumpet.

  2. Charles Johnson and the Revivers were one of the greatest Southern Gospel groups in my life .Still love listening too their music.Started watching them when they got together .Would love too know what yr. They quit singing .

  3. Loved his music,would like to know how to get his CD with ,my friend Jesus on it ,this song is a blessing to me,if anyone knows,please email me ,at haroldnorthern@live.com..GOD bless the family

  4. I’m very Sorry for the death of Charles Johnson I just found out that he died in 2014 He was a great singer I got a chance to listen meet him shake his hand buy his tapes . He was singing at Falmouth, Kentucky one night what a voice and his group was awesome. I often wondered how he was doing I finally looked him up today and found out he met JESUS he will be missed by me and so many others thank you sir for your wonderful music ,my Condolences to the family. 🙏👍✝️😥

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