Mahalia Jackson 8;x10 Photograph
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Mahalia Jackson - Singer/Leader - 1911-1972
Mahalia sang in her father's church choir until the age of sixteen and later the Greater Salem Baptist Church in Chicago. She recorded her first song in 1934. It was not until 1945 when she recorded her second song, "Move On Up A Little Higher," that she recieved national acclaim. It was the first gospel record to sell more than a million copies. She was known as the "Queen of the Gospel Song." She also worked closely with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on civil rights issues.
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