First named The Cotton Blossom Singers, then the Blind Boys, the The International Sweethearts of Rhythm.
They sang pop music as the Cotton Blossom Singers and religious material under the name the Jackson Harmoneers.
Not to be confused with the Alabama Blind Boys.
The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi was a post-war gospel quartet. With lead singer Archie Brownlee, their single "Our Father" reached number ten on the Billboard R&B charts in early 1951. It was one of the first gospel records to do so.