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Ruth Black and the Harmonettes – He Woke Me

Ruth Black and the Harmonettes He Woke Me Raymarkable Music, Inc. (release date: August 13, 2021) www.raymarkablemusic.net By Robert M. Marovich Production by Ray Braswell Jr. at his Raymarkable Studios in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, is a seal of quality for any quartet project, as it for the latest Braswell-produced CD, Ruth Black and the Harmonettes’ He Woke Me. The five-member female quartet from Alexander City, Alabama, offer ten quintessentially deep southern soul quartet selections. The album toggles between high-energy songs like “Weeping May Endure” (where the group bears an aural resemblance to the Ingramettes) and “I Know I’m Blessed;” ...

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More about the late Maggie Ingram

Maggie Ingram, a legendary gospel singer from Virginia, passed away this week.  Learn more about her in this excellent remembrance: http://wtvr.com/2015/06/24/what-gospel-legend-maggie-ingrams-daughter-would-like-us-to-remember-about-her-mother/

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“Gospel Queen of Richmond” Maggie Ingram Dies

Gospel Music Fever reports that Maggie Ingram, the “Gospel Queen of Richmond” and leader of the Ingramettes family gospel group, has died. With the Six Trumpets, Ingram made an auspicious recording debut in 1961 singing the Christmas song, “Jesus Christ the Baby.”  It was a radio hit and propelled Ingram into the forefront of gospel music.  She formed the Ingramettes gospel group from her children, and as Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes, the group performed for decades.  A gospel treasure. More information can be found at Gospel Music Fever: Maggie Ingram.

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