Rock My Soul Featuring: The Fairfield Four & the McCrary Sisters - This pairing of two legendary gospel groups is not to be missed! Known for their appearance in the film “O Brother Where Art Thou,” and on the film’s soundtrack, The Fairfield Four continue to sing in the traditional African American a cappella gospel style they have been known for since the group's inception nearly 100 years ago. In 1997, the group was tapped by John Fogerty to sing on the track “A Hundred and Ten in the Shade” from his LP “Blue Moon Swamp.” Founded in 1921 in Nashville, the Fairfield Four have earned Grammys for “Best Traditional Gospel Recording,” and “Album of the Year” for the “O Brother” soundtrack. The group also received two Lifetime Achievement Awards and were inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1999. Nashville’s McCrary Sisters have recorded with Stevie Wonder, Bobby Jones, Wynonna, Ray Stevens, Buddy Miller, Patty Griffin, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. The four sisters are the daughters of the late Rev. Samuel McCrary, who was a founding member of The Fairfield Four. Ann began singing at age three while Regina toured with Bob Dylan for six years and recorded three albums with him. Their last release, “Our Journey,” featured cameos by Buddy Miller Delbert McClinton, and Patty Griffin.