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  1. (December 2020) The Highway Q.C.'s is an American gospel group that has been active for over 70 years. Its members sing in the tradition of jubilee quartets, though they have also added instrumental accompaniment. The group helped launch the careers of several secular stars, including Lou Rawls, Johnnie Taylor and Sam Cooke .

  2. The new iteration of the QC’s became nearly as popular as the Soul Stirrers. With Spencer Taylor on lead and the addition of guitarist Arthur Crume from the Swan Silvertones, the QC’s released a string of hits for Vee-Jay Records during the 1950s and 1960s, including He Said (1960), Do You Love Him (1961) and All Men Are Made By God (1962).

  3. 11 de nov. de 2012 · 85 Share Save 9.6K views 11 years ago "Not only among the top gospel groups of the postwar era, the Highway Q.C.'s were also the launching pad for such major secular pop stars as Lou Rawls,...

  4. The Highway QC's. More images. Profile: American Gospel group, formed in 1945 at Highway Baptist Church in Chicago. and still active today. The group helped launch the careers of several stars, including Lou Rawls, Johnnie Taylor and Sam Cooke . Spencer Taylor joined it in 1956, became the HQC's leader, and has remained so for over 60 years.

  5. Explore The Highway Q.C.'s's discography including top tracks, albums, and reviews. Learn all about The Highway Q.C.'s on AllMusic.

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  7. 30 de abr. de 2017 · The Q.C.’s were back to its three founding members Credell Copeland Jnr., Lee Richards and Charles (Jake) Richards. Full membership was renewed with the addition of Sammy (Sonny) Mitchell, first tenor and later guitar, and lead tenor Spencer Taylor who had taken Sam’s place.