Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show Clarence Fountain and his legendary gospel group have won four Grammy Awards in as many years. In this program, the first in NPR's new "Discoveries at Disney Hall" series, they present their own take on Christmas classics, along with some gospel favorites like "I'm a Soldier in the Army of the Lord."
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Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show in concert on Discoveries at Disney Concert Hall - 12/19/2006

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Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show

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Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show in concert on Discoveries at Disney Concert Hall - 12/19/2006

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Clarence Fountain and his legendary gospel group have won four Grammy Awards in as many years. In this program, they present their own take on Christmas classics, along with some gospel favorites like "I'm a Soldier in the Army of the Lord."

The program is hosted by Renee Montagne.

This program is the first in NPR's Discoveries at Disney Concert Hall series, an eclectic mix of 10 concert specials recorded live at Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. From singer-songwriters to classical, world music and Broadway stars, it's a celebration of the diversity of our thriving musical culture.

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