Charles Johnson was a main stay and innovator in gospel music for over 50 years. His music gave meaning and purpose to the lives of people who heard and experienced it.
Guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Charles Johnson was a mainstay and innovator in gospel music for over 50 years playing with noteworthy gospel groups such as the Sensational Nightingales, the Gospel Consolators and the Revivers. Songs penned by Johnson such as It's Gonna Rain, Sealed Til the Day of Redemption, I Can't Even Walk Without You Holding My Hand, I'm Going On With Jesus and I Believe gave meaning purpose to the lives of people who heard and experienced his music. In this interactive program Johnson's son Joseph Ham discusses the life, music and legacy of his notable father.
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Stanford L. Warren Library orginally opened in 1940 as the new home of the historic Durham Colored Library. The annex was added in 1949-1950, and renovations occurred in 1968, 1984-1985 and 2004-2006. At 10,244 sq ft, the library features free wireless interet access, public computers, printing services, and meeting space.