The HIGHWAY Q.C.s
In 1945, a group of male street singers – composed of Lee Richardson, Gus Treadwell, Creedell Copeland, Marvin Jones, and Charles “Jake” Richardson- got together to harmonize in a hall way and sing Gospel songs. They first called themselves The Teenage Highway QC’s after Quincy College High School of Chicago. Sam Cooke joined the group until 1950.
In 1955, the group was composed of Spencer Taylor, Ray Crume, James Walker, Chris Flower, and Arthur Crume.
ar e some of their Gospel songs “Child Of God”, “I dreamed That Heaven
Was Like This”, “Somewhere To Lay My Head”, “Behold My Mother”