J Robert Bradley 1920-2007

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Tuesday 15th May 2007

Gospel music veteran dies in Nashville

87 YEAR OLD gospel singer J Robert Bradley died on 3rd May in Nashville, Tennessee from complications related to diabetes. Born in Memphis, Bradley first sang as part of Professor James Earle Hines & His Goodwill Singers. After touring through most of the 1930s Bradley began studying classical music and later recorded for Apollo and then Decca Records. After composer Lucy Campbell died, Bradley replaced her as the director of music for the National Baptist Convention. CR

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