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Sister Lucille Pope

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Birth name  Lucille Hall
Associated acts  The Pearly Gates
Name  Sister Pope
Occupation(s)  Singer, songwriter
Role  Musician
Years active  1964–present

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Born  January 12, 1936 (age 79) Concord, Georgia (1936-01-12)
Instruments  vocals, singer-songwriter
Genres  Gospel music, Traditional black gospel
Record labels  Nashboro Records, Vee-Jay Records, Chess Records
Similar People  Edna Gallmon Cooke, Angelic Gospel Singers, Marshall Chess, Swanee Quintet, Willie Neal Johnson

Also known as  Sister Lucille Pope

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Sister Lucille Pope (born January 12, 1936) is an American gospel musician, and leader of The Pearly Gates. Her first album, Nancey Jackson, was released by Savoy Records in 1991. She released music as singles throughout the 1960s and 1970s, yet no albums were recorded. Her albums came out in the 1990s with Atlanta International Records, with The Great Reunion, being their only release to chart on the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums chart.

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Early life

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Sister Lucille Pope was born on January 12, 1936 in Concord, Georgia as Lucille Hall, where she was the youngest child in the family of eight siblings. The Pearly Gates were formed in the 1960s by her and two of her brothers and a brother-in-law. The first iteration included her husband, Willie Pope, yet he died before they joined Nashboro Records in 1975, so her second husband, Louis Alexander, became part of the group.

Music career

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Their first recording was distributed locally in 1964, "Almighty God" with Lucille Pope as the lead singer, and a second single, "Early One Morning" with Larry Bivins in the leading role. This would get national exposure, when Vee-Jay Records put the songs out nationally. They would release a single with Chess Records in 1965, "Jesus Tore My Heart to Pieces", which was successful at radio. Nashboro Records would sign them in 1975, and release "Somebody's Gone", which was a ballad, yet the label would shortly be defunct. So, they picked up the pieces and joined Atlanta International Records in 1982. This would be the label that would release six albums from the group, with one of them charting, The Great Reunion, which was released on May 22, 1990. The album placed at No. 24 on the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums chart.


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References

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