Sister Clara Hudmon


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Sister Clara Hudmon, also known as The Georgia Peach, (October 10, 1899 - 1966) was an American gospel singer. First recording for Okeh Records in 1930, Hudmon is best-remembered for her rendition of Reverend Charles Albert Tindley's composition "Stand by Me". She was a member of Reverend J. M. Gates's congregation and later received notice on the compilation album Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 4.

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