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Shirley Caesar

Shirley Ann Caesar (born October 13, 1938, Durham, North Carolina) is an American Gospel music singer, songwriter and recording artist whose career has spanned six decades. A multi-award winning artist, with eleven Grammy Awards and seven Dove Awards to her credit, she is known as "First Lady of gospel".

Beginning recording at the age of 13 in 1951, Shirley Caesar has released over forty albums, exploring her gift and spreading messages of faith. She has participated in over 16 compilations and three gospel musicals, Mama I Want to Sing, Sing: Mama 2 and Born to Sing: Mama 3.

Early years

Caesar began singing and performing for family and friends they loved her and knew she was gonna be great. While she first began recording in 1949,at age 11. Her professional adult 'career' began when she was 18, she approached Albertina Walker about joining The Caravans one of the most popular gospel groups at that time.

She sang with Dorothy Norwood, Inez Andrews, Delores

Washington and James Cleveland in the Caravans. She recorded and performed with The Caravans from 1958 until 1966 when she began pursuing a solo career and making a name for herself in the gospel music circuit she was known for her singing. Caesar credits Albertina Walker as her mentor and "Queen of Gospel Music". Biography|Encyclopedia of World After singing with the Caravans, she started her solo career, making guest appearances on the Bobby Jones gospel show and other popular television shows.

I Remember Mama

He'll do it again

I wont be back