Together as One: 150 Years Trailer

Together as One: 150 Years Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003

This inspiring gospel concert in Birmingham, Alabama, features the Pilgrim Jubilees, Margaret Allison with the Angelic Gospel Singers, and the Sensational Nightingales. After their individual performances, the three groups unite for a rousing finale. Songs include "Live So God Can Use You," "Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around," "I'll Fly Away," "God's Been Good to Me," "Safety of Your Soul" and "Life's Evening Sun."

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