Ernest Phipps and His Singers would record six sides in 1927 and six more the following year. Apart from his preaching and singing occupations, Phipps was a coal miner. Born around 1900, he died in 1968.
In the summer of 1927, Ernest Phipps and His Holiness Quartet, all members of the Free Holiness Pentecostal Church around Corbin, Kentucky, journeyed to Bristol, Tennessee, to record for Ralph Peer for the historical “Bristol Sessions”. These sessions were considered the “Big…
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