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The cloud of dissatisfaction that’s enveloped Douvan in one form or another for some time at last condensed into something more tangible last week. Sadly for all associated with the horse – and objective racing fans alike – that proved to be a problem serious enough to rule him out of the entire season.

The Blind Boys of Alabama first sang together in the school chorus in 1939 at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind in Talladega, Alabama. [2] All around nine years old at the time, the founding members were Clarence Fountain, Jimmy Carter, George Scott, Velma Bozman Traylor, Johnny Fields, Olice Thomas, and the only sighted member, J. T. Hutton. The earliest version of the group was known as “The Happyland Jubilee Singers” and originally performed for World War II-era soldiers at training camps in the South. The group’s first professional performance was on June 10, 1944. In 1945, the members dropped out of school and began touring the gospel circuit. [3]


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