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Sometimes, the historical inaccuracies concerning Southern Gospel are frustrating. But as often as not, the mistakes are so egregious that it is amusing. Take, for example, Pandora’s Kingsmen biography:
[They] managed a career that eventually spanned three decades (’50s, ’60s, and ’70s). Recordings continued to flow, mostly gospel favorites, but the King’s Men’s real strength seemed to lie in their performances; they are best remembered for booming tenors and resounding baritones propelling a genuine gospel prowess. The group continued into the ’70s, with new members replacing retiring King’s Men along the way.
Just for comparision, here’s an accurate Kingsmen history.
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