Share this topic. Isn't that not the great Richard Gibb who played for the Tommies? That is who that looks like! Bishop Cole. Inez Andrews, whose soaring, wide-ranging voice — from contralto croon to soul-wrenching wail — made her a pillar of gospel music, died on Wednesday at her home in Chicago.
She was Andrews came to national attention in with the Caravans, the Chicago gospel group led by Albertina Walker that also nurtured such stars as Shirley Caesar, the Rev.
James Cleveland and Bessie Griffin. Archived from the original on 3 December Retrieved 15 June Discography Members U. Categories : Accept band albums debut albums Brain Records albums. I took them to Macon and Savannah GA. After that they got on the plane and went back to Chicago. Two weeks later she was in the hospital and was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Before the concert, I went to the hospital to see her. She started singing Mary like never before.
She said that Andrews had just about stopped eating and had low fluids in her body. In , former Caravans member Shirley Caesar said there never was and will never be another voice like Inez Andrews. Forgot your password? Retrieve it. Powered by OnRad. Think you know music? Test your MusicIQ here!
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Features 5 Faves HiFi Xtra! Reviews 1.Oct 23, · From "The Two Sides of Inez Andrews". Wonderful song, and Inez is accompanied here on piano by Eddie Wiliams. Not my property, just for you to enjoy it with me!