Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show with Amy Black

Music, Folk, country and blues
The Blind Boys of Alabama
Photograph: Cameron Witting The Blind Boys of Alabama

Time Out says

Formed in 1939 at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Deaf and Blind, the Blind Boys of Alabama have since collected five Grammy Awards, been inducted to the Gospel Hall of Fame, recorded a freaky album with pedal-steel prodigy Robert Randolph and shared bills with Prince (at a club) and Bob Dylan (at the White House). Here, they kick off the Christmas season with the help of singer-songwriter Amy Black.



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