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Georgia Peach (Singer)

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  • Variants

    • Brock, Clara Gholston
    • Gholston, Clara Belle
    • Hudman, Clara
    • Hudmon, Clara
    • Hudmon, Sister
    • Hudmon, Sister Clara
    • Peach, Georgia
    • Gholston Brock, Clara
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        19070217Oxford music online, February 20, 2015: Grove dictionary of American music, 2nd edition
    • Death Date

        19641213Oxford music online, February 20, 2015: Grove dictionary of American music, 2nd edition
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Chipley (Ga.)
    • Death Place

        (naf) New York (N.Y.)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Atlanta (Ga.)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) New York (N.Y.)
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  • Use For

    • n98051239
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  • Sources

    • found: Gospel warriors [SR] p1987:container (The Georgia Peach, gospel singer, b. Clara Hudman, ca. 1900)
    • found: Gospel classics. Vol. 3, 1924-1942 [SR] p1995:container insert (Sister Clara Hudmon is probably the same artist as Clara Belle Gholston)
    • found: Harry Smith's anthology of American folk music. Volume four [SR] p2000:insert (Sister Clara Hudmon; Sister Hudmon; also known as Clara Belle Gholston, Clara Gholston Brock, and, by the 1940s, the Georgia Peach)
    • found: How sweet it was [VR] p2010:container (the Georgia Peach) insert (Clara Hudman Brock Gholston; 1899-1964)
    • found: Oxford music online, February 20, 2015:Grove dictionary of American music, 2nd edition (Gholston Brock (née Hudman), Clara (Gholston, Clara Belle; Georgia Peach); born February 17, 1907, Chipley, Georgia; died December 13, 1964, New York, NY; American gospel singer; her recording career with labels such as OKeh and Decca spanned from 1930 to 1942 and included collaboration with the race records star Reverend J.M. Gates as part of the "congregation" on his sermon recordings)
    • found: Goodbye, Babylon, 2003:Disc five, container (The Georgia Peach) booklet (Clara Hudman Gholston (1903-1966); made her first recordings as Sister Clara Hudmon for OKeh in 1930; married the Rev. T.T. Gholston of Mount Moriah Baptist Church in Atlanta while still in her teens; moved to New York where she recorded under the name Clara Belle Gholston; as "The Georgia Peach" in the 1940s she came to be known as one of gospel's great soloists)
  • Change Notes

    • 1989-09-20: new
    • 2015-02-21: revised
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