During World War II, arpe and the Golden Gate Quartet were the only American gospel acts to tape V-Discs for American military personnel overseas.
What does GGQ stand for?
GGQ stands for Golden Gate Quartet (band)
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Citons aussi[beaucoup moins que]le Millesime multiethnique[beaucoup plus grand que] de 2010 qui associait le mythique gospel des Golden Gate Quartet aux prieres incandescentes de la bresilienne Monica Passos, a la cornemuse irlandaise du Keltic Tales et a la voix cristalline d'Atef Sedkaoui du Don Billiez Orchestra.
Concerts will be held in Batha Museum and will feature headliners such as Louis Winsberg Septet, Monica Passos Quartet, Golden Gate Quartet, Hadouk Trio and Keltic Tales Quintet.
The group, which later changed its name to the Golden Gate Quartet, went on to become one of the most influential gospel groups, updating well-known spirituals with jazz and swing.