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“We have been honored to witness the birth, the life, the gifts and the transition of a Legend that will live forever! Because of the life he lived he will sing throughout eternity. Andre Crouch was the most talented and anointed writer I have ever known and his God given songs will continue to inspire all those who are privilege to hear them. I loved him like a brother and my prayers go out to his incredible twin sister and best friend Sandra Crouch, his family and congregation! Alway remember Jesus.” – Cece Winans

“To say the legendary Andrae’ Crouch was an influence on my life would be a vast understatement. One of the highlights of my career was to perform his classic song, “The Blood Will Never Lose It’s Power,” as he played the piano during a Bill Gaither video taping – I’ll never forget it. We’ve lost a true pioneer and he will be missed.” – Jason Crabb

“The legacy that Andrae’ Crouch leaves behind will remain timeless. His music touched all walks of life as he helped bridge the divide between the Black and White communities. His spirit remains embedded in those who have ever worked with him, and his hit songs, “Through It All,” “Soon And Very Soon,” “Take Me Back”, “My Tribute”, “Let The Church Say Amen,” and so many of his others will live on forever. I was privileged to have met him several times, and honored to have received some of his wisdom. He was truly a crown jewel in the Gospel Community and will be greatly missed.” – Sheilah Belle

“My friend for 44 years – my encourager and my fellow warrior – caught a glimpse of heaven and couldn’t stay here any longer. I’m sure the Heavenly Host gave him a standing ovation as “My Tribute – To God Be The Glory” filled the air. Andrae touched my heart and I know will see him again.”

Howard Rachinski, Chairman/CEO, CCLI

“His pen was dipped in heaven…his fingers dripped with passion and his voice had the haunting, familiar sound of home. He wrote the songs that expressed the longings of our hearts. 40 years ago he helped me find my voice. I will miss my mentor and friend.” – Reba Rambo McGuire

(*Note: Reba won a Grammy award in 1980 for Best Gospel Performance, Contemporary or Inspirational alongside Andrae’ Crouch, Cynthia Clawson, BJ Thomas, Tramaine Hawkins, Walter Hawkins, The Archers and her husband Dony McGuire.)

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