The Gospel Song Birds

The Gospel Song Birds had the most national renown of any group that took up a reel at Cash. Former members of the company include James Phelps, Roscoe Robinson, Otis Clay, and Cash McCall. Most notably, the Chicago-based group tallied seven singles on the venerable Nashboro label from 1962 to 1966. During this time, the group appeared as one of the first guests on Chicago's legendary Jubilee Showcase program on WLS-TV. Member Sylvester Hudson, present through the group's Nashboro period, penned "I Want To Be More Like Him."

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