The Legendary Marion Williams
Race & Equality • 1h 6m
Marion Williams was an American Gospel Icon whose charismatic sound and unique “whaling” vocal techniques earned her international fame in the United States, Europe, and Africa. Marion’s powerful voice led the Ward Singers to national popularity when they began recording in 1948, and also inspired rock and roll pioneer Little Richard's signature wail.
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