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Seven Sons of Soul (The Kennedy Center)

7 Sons of Soul

The 7 Sons of Soul, comprised of six men all from Washington, D.C., are lead singers Cliff Jones, Deonte Gray, producers Dave “Davey Boy” Lindsey,  Kenneth Epperson Jr., Ronnie Lindsey, Joel Tate, and Matthew Tucker. The first question is always why is the group called 7 Sons of Soul? Dave Lindsey, who also plays keyboard and produces and writes much of the group's music, explains that "God represents both the first and the last son.

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Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes / Seven Sons of Soul 4/21/10: Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes / Seven Sons of Soul

Gospel legends Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes of Richmond, Virginia—who in 2008 celebrated their 52nd year in gospel music—and Washington, D.C.’s own Seven Sons of Soul perform in a tribute to the golden era of gospel.

Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes / Seven Sons of Soul

Gospel legends Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes of Richmond, Virginia—who in 2008 celebrated their 52nd year in gospel music—and Washington, D.C.’s own Seven Sons of Soul perform in a tribute to the golden era of gospel.

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