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DeGarmo & Key

By | 2010 Inductees

From coffee houses to MTV, the legendary Christian rock duo of DeGarmo & Key did more than just leave their mark on the world of gospel music – they changed…

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Johnny Cash

By | 2010 Inductees

Born Feb. 25, 1932 in Kingsland, AR, Johnny Cash was born John R. Cash, one of six children belonging to Ray and Carrie Rivers Cash. Music was an integral part…

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Golden Gate Quartet

By | 2010 Inductees

The most popular of the Jubilee quartets, the Golden Gate Quartet started singing as the Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet in the mid-’30s when they were students at Booker T. Washington…

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Aretha Franklin

By | 2012 Inductees

Although born in soul’s capital city, Memphis. The Franklin family soon moved to Detroit, MI, where her father, Baptist minister Reverend C. L. Franklin, soon became one of the most…

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Dallas Holm

By | 2012 Inductees

Dallas has earned his influence in today’s Christian music throughout more than 40 years of writing, singing and ministry in some 4,000 concerts in every state in the USA as…

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Hoppers

By | 2012 Inductees

With humble beginnings as rural farm-boys, The Hoppers were organized in 1957 by founding member and owner Claude Hopper along with brothers; Will, Steve, Paul, and Monroe. The Hoppers memoir,…

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Rex Humbard

By | 2012 Inductees

In 1932, Rex Humbard did his first radio program on KTHS Radio, Hot Springs, Arkansas; at the age of 13. His father, Alpha Rex Emanuel Humbard, ran an orphanage and…

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Ricky Skaggs

By | 2012 Inductees

Fourteen-time GRAMMY® Award winner and two-time Dove Awards winner, Ricky Skaggs is affectionately known as one of bluegrass music’s most recognized ambassadors. Singing comes naturally to Skaggs, and singing Gospel…

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Love Song

By | 2012 Inductees

I will never forget the day when some hippies walked into Calvary Chapel, announced that they were musicians, and asked me if they could share their music at a Monday…

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