This book is co-written by Clyde Wright and Philippe Legrand and it is published by Flammarion Editions.
Golden Gate Quartet Soloist and splendid tenor singer Clyde Wright tells us his amazing story in a book written by talented writer and biography specialist Psyché.
Born in North Carolina in a modest middle class family where religion is the foundation, Clyde starts singing at a very early age. Four young men inspired by Negro Spirituals decide to sing their faith and the hope of the Black people. United by this wish and by the love of music, they became legendary by forming the most well known and remarkable Negro Spiritual group in the world: The Golden Gate Quartet.
Resisting trends, year after year, their repertoire became an assortment of rhythmic and jazzy songs defying time. Despite rough times, Clyde and this prestigious group performed throughout the world and left a profound imprint in the great history of religious African-American music.