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:
2004-08-01
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 from August, 2004), which also includes commercials, and footage of Karlton Howard accepting an award from the 2002 American Gospel Quartet Convention--Video begins with a fragment of an unidentified African American clergywoman giving a sermon--an episode of Parade of Quartets (probably from August, 2004) begins with program host Reverend Karlton Howard welcoming the audience--Video clip of John P. Kee and the New Life Community Choir performing John P. Kee's gospel song, "I Believe"--Karlton Howard announces the Parade of Quartets' new website, and the web address is shown on screen--Sunday school lesson with Minister Norma Miller entitled "Being Ministers of Godliness Business"--Co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon reads local announcements--Video clip of Luther Barnes and the Sunset Jubilaires perform Luther Barnes' gospel song "I'm Still Holding On"--Sister Kingcannon presents the WTHB-FM song of the week, gospel singer Neal Roberson's song "Don't Let the Devil Rise"--Video clip of Neal Roberson performing his song "Don't Let the Devil Rise"--Co-host Stephanie Prophet reads morning announcements--An unidentified African American gospel group provides background vocals while an unidentified African American clergyman leads the morning devotional prayer--Saxophonist Angella Christie performs the song "Blessed Assurance"--Pastor James A. Hogan from New Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church reads a segment titled "Anointed Words From Zion"--Robert "Flash" Gordon discusses new albums available at Pyramid Music and Video, and he lists top-selling albums in a segment entitled "Top Five"--An unidentified African American gospel group performs a gospel song--Robert "Flash" Gordon speaks with co-host Stephanie Prophet about Howard University in Washington D.C., where she is enrolled in the university's School of Divinity--Video clip of unidentified African American gospel group performing a gospel song (possibly the song "He's Coming Back") while end credits for the Parade of Quartets roll on screen--Pastor James A. Hogen from New Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church reads a segment titled "Anointed Words From Zion"--A second episode of Parade of Quartets beings with program host Reverend Karlton Howard welcoming the audience--Video clip of the Bolton Brothers gospel group performing the gospel song "Come and Go to that Land"--Sunday school lesson with Minister Norma Miller--The Daughters of the King gospel group perform a gospel song--Karlton Howard interviews Deborah Burns about a nonprofit she is launching, Christian Outreach Ministries of Augusta--Video clip of gospel singer Fred Hammond performing his gospel song "You are my Daily Bread"--Karlton Howard speaks with the Daughters of the King about an upcoming concert taking place on August 28, 2004--The Daughters of the King perform the gospel song "How I Got Over"--Unidentified African American gospel group performs the song "We Worship Christ"--Co-host Robert "Flash" Gordon reads local announcements--Video clip of gospel singer Luther Barnes performing his song "I'm Still Holding On"--Incomplete video clip of gospel singer Shekinah Glory performing the song "We Worship and Honor"--Video clip of Minister Teddy Cross introducing Karlton Howard at the twelfth annual American Gospel Quartet Convention who then receives the 2002 American Gospel Quartet Convention Cornerstone Award, on behalf of state representative Henry Howard, from Pastor Troy Jackson--Unidentified African American gospel group performs the song "He'll Be Right There" while end credits roll on screen. Annotation from original media: POQ. 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_0274/bmac
Language:
eng
Extent:
1 video file (mp4) (1 hr., 59 min., 7 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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