The Blind Boys of Alabama, six-time Grammy winners (including a Lifetime Achievement Award) are one of the South's most storied and influential vocal groups. First formed in 1939, they've performed together for over 70 years, melding classic gospel with authentic soul music. Widely known from their TV and film appearances, their performance of the spiritual "I Shall Not Walk Alone" was heard on the first season of Lost, while their rendition of Tom Waits' "Way Down in the Hole" served as the theme song to HBO's acclaimed The Wire during its first season. They've also performed with musicians such as Peter Gabriel, Tom Waits, Ben Harper, Willie Nelson and more. See The Blind Boys of Alabama when they come to the Roswell Cultural Arts Center.