Keith Lamar Johnson (born May 17, 1972), who goes by the stage name Keith “Wonderboy” Johnson, is an American gospel musician. He started his solo music career, in 1998, with the release of, Through the Storm, that was released by World Wide Gospel Records. He has released fourteen albums, over the course of thirteen years, with World Wide Gospel Records, Worldwide Records, Verity Records, Central South Records, and Blacksmoke Records. Eleven albums have charted on the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums chart with other chartings on the Independent Albums and Heatseekers Albums charts.
The Canton Spirituals
The Canton Spirituals are an award-winning gospel recording group and are regarded as pioneers in the genre of traditional gospel music.
Founded in Canton, Mississippi in 1943, the original Canton Spirituals were Reverend Arthur Lee Jackson Sr., Reverend I.S. Watkins, Claude Nichols, Warren G. Ward, Isaac Bolton, Eddie Jackson, Theo Thompson, Roscoe Lucious and founder Harvey Lee Watkins, Sr. (December 5, 1929 – November 16, 1994).
As of 2016, the group is fronted by Watkins’ son, Harvey Watkins, Jr., and consists of Cornelius Dwayne Watkins, Billy Voss, David Curry, Merlin Lucious, Shannon Lee, Rodrick Jones, and Antoine Porter Sr.
Dorinda Grace Clark–Cole (born Dorinda Grace Clark; October 19, 1957) is an American gospel singer, musician, songwriter, and evangelist. Clark–Cole is best known as a member of family vocal group The Clark Sisters and as a daughter of pioneering choral director Mattie Moss Clark. As a member of The Clark Sisters, Clark–Cole has won three Grammy Awards. She is known to the music world as the “Rose of Gospel Music”.