Parade of Quartets. [unknown episode]

Collection:
Parade of Quartets Collection
Title:
Parade of Quartets. [unknown episode]
Creator:
Howard, Karlton
Contributor to Resource:
WJBF (Television station : Augusta, Ga.)
Date of Original:
2000-09/2000-10
Subject:
Gospel music--Georgia--Augusta
Gospel music
Gospel musicians--Georgia--Augusta
Gospel musicians--United States
Television broadcasting of music--Georgia--Augusta
African American gospel singers--Georgia--Augusta
African American gospel singers--United States
Gospel singers--Georgia--Augusta
Gospel singers--United States
African American politicians--Georgia--Augusta
African American politicians--United States
Augusta (Ga.)--Religious life and customs
Augusta (Ga.)--Religion
African Americans--Religion
African Americans--Politics and government
Augusta (Ga.)--Politics and government--21st century
Parade of quartets (Television program)
Religious works
Location:
United States, Georgia, Richmond County, Augusta, 33.47097, -81.97484
Medium:
television programs
moving images
Type:
MovingImage
Format:
video/mp4
Description:
Multiple episodes of Parade of Quartets (three complete episodes from September to October 1, 2000 and ending with an unrelated local news report) which also includes fragments of other episodes of Parade of Quartets--Introduction sequence for an episode of Parade of Quartets (September 2000)--Program host Reverend Karlton Howard welcomes the audience to the Parade of Quartets and lists upcoming guests--Video clip of unidentified African American gospel singer performing "I Thank You, Lord"--Co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon introduces The Gospel Originals, and they talk about a fundraising event The Gospel Originals will be in Aiken, South Carolina--The Gospel Originals perform a gospel song--Sunday school lesson with Reverend Joel Benefield where he reads from Book of Judges--Gospel singer James Jackson Kelly performs the song "Whatever it Takes"--Karlton Howard interviews Mary Brown from the Department of Veteran Affairs and Reverend Cecil Gresham about National Sickle Cell Awareness Month--Karlton Howard reads local announcements--Gospel group Flo Carter and The Sounds of Joy perform the song "I've Never Been This Homesick Before"--Karlton Howard interviews Elder Percy E. Griffin of the Swanee Quintet gospel group to discuss their upcoming 60th anniversary concert--Video clip of gospel singer Keith "Wonderboy" Johnson and The Spiritual Voices performing their song "Be Right"--Robert "Flash" Gordon reads an advertisement for his business, Pyramid Music and Video--Reverend Bobby Hankerson leads the moment of prayer--Karlton Howard discusses tour dates with Flo Carter and The Sounds of Joy who then perform the song "The Sun's Coming Up"--Co-host Shatareia Stokes reads local announcements--The Gospel Originals gospel group perform the song "Send Me, I'll Go" which lasts through the end credits of the program--Episode ends with a video clip of a performance by the same unidentified African American gospel group as shown at the beginning of the episode--Another episode of the Parade of Quartets begins (Probably September 17, 2000)--Co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon welcomes the audience and announces gospel singer Shirley Caesar's new album--Video clip of gospel singer Shirley Caesar performing the song "I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey"--A short video clip of gospel singer Pastor John P. Kee and the New Life Choir performing a gospel song--Karlton Howard reads local announcements including an upcoming concert featuring John P. Kee and the New Life Choir--Sunday school lesson with Reverend Joel Benefield where he teaches from the story of Samson in the Book of Judges--Karlton Howard reminds the audience about the Swanee Quintet's 60th anniversary event on October 1, 2000 at the Bell Auditorium, and a flier for the event is shown on screen--A performance of the gospel song "Your Blessing's Coming Through" by the Macedonia Baptist Church Choir--Unidentified African American co-host interviews Irving S. Mitchell, Director of Business Development for Governor Roy Barnes, about a small business exposition at the Georgia World Congress Center on September 19, 2000. They briefly discuss why minority-owned businesses struggle to earn public and private sector contracts--Robert "Flash" Gordon reads an advertisement for his business, Pyramid Music and Video--Gospel group Willie Neal Johnson and The New Keynotes perform a song--The Swanee Quintet 60th anniversary event flier is shown on screen, and Karlton Howard reminds the audience a second time about the event--Karlton Howard discusses blood donations for National Sickle Cell Awareness Month with Mary Brown from the Department of Veteran Affairs, and Mary Brown asks viewers to attend a blood drive on September 26, 2000--Willie Neal Johnson and The New Keynotes perform a second song--Karlton Howard talks with Pastor Lemuel Marris of the Macedonia Baptist Church, and Pastor Marris leads the morning prayer--The Macedonia Baptist Church Choir performs a second gospel song titled "Jesus on the Mainline"--Karlton Howard announces the Swanee Quintet's 60th anniversary concert a third time while the event flier is shown on screen--Robert "Flash" Gordon interviews Beatrice Manning and Gloria Steele from the Character First about a conference the organization is hosting on September 23, 2000--Willie Neal Johnson and The New Keynotes perform a third song while end credits roll on screen--Fragment of a conversation between program host Karlton Howard and co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon. Robert "Flash" Gordon shows top-selling CDs at Pyramid Music and Video including The Canton Spirituals and Lee Williams and The Spiritual QC's--Fragment of Robert "Flash" Gordon welcoming the audience to another episode of the Parade of Quartets--Karlton Howard presents another episode of the Parade of Quartets and announces that today is Swanee Quintet day (October 1, 2000). Karlton Howard then introduces a clip of Reverend Howard "Slim" Hunt and reminds the audience he'll be at the Swanee Quintet 60th anniversary concert--Video clip of Reverend Howard "Slim" Hunt and The Supreme Angels performing the gospel song "Over Yonder"--Karlton Howard reads local announcements--Flo Carter and The Sounds of Joy perform the gospel son "Hallelujah Meeting"--Unidentified African American co-host interviews Swanee Quintet members, James "Big Red" Anderson and Percy E. Griffin--Video clip of an unidentified African American musician playing the saxophone while an unidentified choir sings the gospel song "The Center Of My Joy"--Robert "Flash" Gordon reads local announcements--Gospel singer Shirley Caesar performs her song "You're Next In Line For A Miracle" and gives testimony--Robert "Flash" Gordon reads an advertisement for his business, Pyramid Music and Video--Video clip of Yolanda Adams performing her song "The Battle Is The Lords"--Karlton Howard interviews Joyce Epps from the Richmond County Health Center and Gwen Durnell from the CSRA Partnership for Community Health the about Breast Cancer Awareness Month events--Flo Carter and The Sounds of Joy perform the song "Life's Railway to Heaven"--While Flo Carter and The Sounds of Joy continue to perform, Karlton leads the day's prayer time--Video clip of The Gospel Originals performing a gospel song--Karlton Howard announces the passing of John Walter Williams, Junior of The Gospel Originals--Karlton Howard interviews Ed McIntyre and Saul Walker of Morehouse College about an upcoming scholarship luncheon--Co-host Shatareia Stokes reads local announcements--Karlton Howard closes the episode of Parade of Quartets and reminds the audience about the Swanee Quintet 60th anniversary concert at the Bell Auditorium happening that night (October 1, 2000)--Video compilation featuring some of the acts that will be at the Swanee Quintet anniversary event: The Angelics, Swanee Quintet, and Keith "Wonderboy" Johnson--End credits roll on screen while the video compilation completes--A duplicate fragment of Karlton Howard and Robert "Flash" Gordon discussing top-selling CDs at Pyramid Music and Video--The footage ends with a brief fragment of a local news report. Annotation from original media: Sept. P.O.Q. Parade of Quartets is a television program that has aired on WJBF-TV in Augusta, Georgia, from 1954 to the present, featuringAfrican American gospel music, and appearances by both local and national African American political leaders.
Metadata URL:
http://purl.libs.uga.edu/brown/poq_0262/bmac
Language:
eng
Extent:
1 video file (mp4) (2 hrs., 23 min., 3 sec.) : sd., col.
Original Collection:
Parade of quartets collection, 1984-2006. Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection, The University of Georgia Libraries.
Holding Institution:
Walter J. Brown Media Archives and Peabody Awards Collection
Rights:
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