Parade of Quartets. [2000-10]

Collection:
Parade of Quartets Collection
Title:
Parade of Quartets. [2000-10]
Creator:
Howard, Karlton
Contributor to Resource:
WJBF (Television station : Augusta, Ga.)
Date of Original:
2000-10-01
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:
Two complete episodes of Parade of Quartets (probably October 8-15, 2000) followed by fragments of different Parade of Quartets episodes--After the Parade of Quartets introduction sequence, co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon welcomes the audience to another episode (probably October 8, 2000)--Video clip of gospel singer Shirley Caesar performing the song "I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey"--Sunday school lesson with Reverend Arnette Suber entitled "A New King Selected"--Program host Reverend Karlton Howard talks about the Sisters in the Spirit concert coming up and lists the event's gospel performers: Shirley Caesar, Yolanda Adams, the gospel duo Mary Mary, and saxophonist Angella Christie--Video clip of Angella Christie performing the gospel song "When We All Get To Heaven"--Robert "Flash" Gordon reads an advertisement for his business, Pyramid Music and Video--Unidentified African American co-host interviews with Tyrone Butler, founder of the Augusta Mini Theatre, about the Mini Theatre's 25th Anniversary celebration at B.L.'s Restaurant--Co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon interviews Cynthia Mitchell from Good Shepherd Baptist Church about the CSRA's first pastors, musicians, and directors Conference, taking place on October 14, 2000--Video clip of gospel singer Yolanda Adams performing the song "The Battle is the Lord's"--Karlton Howard speaks with Reverend Les Smalls about the "Better Steps" program, which provides training workshops to job seekers--Karlton Howard reads local announcements--Elder Alexander Dwight leads the morning devotional prayer--Unidentified African American gospel choir performs a gospel song--Unidentified African American co-host interviews Reverend Johnny Bussey of the New Zion Missionary Baptist Church about an anniversary event taking place on October 14, 2000, and they discuss Reverend Bussey's mortgage company--In a segment entitled "Flash's Top Five," Karlton Howard and Robert "Flash" Gordon discuss new albums and best-selling CDs available at Pyramid Music and Video--Co-host Shatareia Stokes reads local announcements--Another video clip of gospel singer Shirley Caesar performing a song--End credits for the episode roll on screen while the Shirley Caesar clip continues to play--A second episode of Parade of Quartets (probably October 15, 2000) begins with the introduction sequence, and Karlton Howard welcomes the audience to another episode--Footage of Troy Ramey and The Soul Searchers at the Living Legends of Gospel concert performing the gospel song "Lean On The Lord"--Karlton Howard reads local announcements and tells the audience about the Gospel Showdown 2000 (November 5, 2000), which features several gospel groups: Troy Ramey and The Soul Searchers, The Shepherds, Wisdom, Brothers in Christ, The Sons of Thunder, and The Spiritual Seven--Sunday school lesson with Reverend Arnette Suber entitled "Grief over Saul's and Johnathan's Death"--The gospel group Grover Knights perform a gospel song--A flier for the Awake 2000 Concert (October 21, 2000), featuring John P. Kee and the New Life Community Choir, is shown on screen while Karlton Howard reads the announcement--Karlton Howard speaks with the local gospel group Delight from Light of the World Evangelistic Ministries, and group member Courtney Ruth introduces the other members: Kimberly Watkins, Britney Andrews, LaTanya Andrews, Lauren Evans, and Paul Jones--Gospel group Delight performs the song "Lord, I'm Available to You"--Karlton Howard reads a flier for The Flying Clouds of South Carolina's 39th Anniversary concert, which features The Six Voices of Zion, Gospel Originals, Gospel Imperials, Bruesteraires, and the Traveling Harmonizers--Unidentified African American co-host interviews C. Keith Brown, CEO of U-Save Auto Rental, and his daughters, Danielle and Dominique Brown--Video clip of John P. Kee and The New Life Community Choir performing their song "Mighty God" in Atlanta, Georgia--A flier for the Awake 2000 Concert (October 21, 2000), featuring John P. Kee and the New Life Community Choir, is shown on screen while Karlton Howard reads the announcement--After Karlton Howard reads the Awake 2000 Concert flier, different video footage of John P. Kee and The New Life Community Choir performing another gospel song is shown--Karlton Howard leads the morning devotional prayer while the gospel group Delight provides background vocals--Co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon" reads the flier for The Flying Clouds of South Carolina's 39th Anniversary concert--The Grover Knights perform a second gospel song--Co-host Shatareia Stokes reads local announcements--The gospel group Delight perform a second song entitled "I'm Looking For A Miracle" while end credits roll on screen--Fragment of a Parade of Quartets episode with an unidentified African American co-host reading local announcements when recommends a comedian named Jonathan Slocumb--A second fragment of an episode of Parade of Quartets which includes Karlton Howard, Robert "Flash" Gordon, and an unidentified African American co-host discussing gospel groups. Annotation from original media: POQ Oct. 2000 | October POQ 2000. 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_0265/bmac
Language:
eng
Extent:
1 video file (mp4) (1 hr., 35 min., 5 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:
Rights Statement information

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