Larry Drinkard (deceased) Marie Drinkard-Epps (deceased) Anne Drinkard-Moss (deceased) Judy Clay (deceased) The Drinkard Singers were an American gospel singing group, most successful in the late 1950s and important in the careers of singers Cissy Houston, Dionne Warwick, Dee Dee Warwick, and Judy Clay .
The Drinkard Singers. Father Nicholas “Nitch” Drinkard encouraged his children to form a gospel singing group in 1938. They were known as the Drinkard Quartet. Later, they changed their name to the Drinkard Singers which consisted of Emily Drinkard, her sisters Anne Moss, Lee Warrick, and brothers Nickolas and Larry Drinkard and Marie Epps.
Expanding with the addition of vocalists, Ann Moss and Marie Epps, the group was renamed, the Drinkard Singers. Performing regularly at the New Hope Baptist Church, in Newark, they recorded several singles for the Savoy, Chess and Verve labels and a live album, A Joyful Noise, for RCA.
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