Bessie Griffin (July 6, 1922 – April 10, 1989) was an African American gospel singer.
Born Arlette B. Broil in New Orleans, Louisiana, she was steeped in church music as a child. She sang for a while with the Southern Harps, had her own radio show in New Orleans, and later appeared in night clubs, on Broadway and in 1962 on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Griffin performed briefly with "Queen of Gospel" Albertina...
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