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Gospel Industry reacts to Passing of Andrae Crouch

Andre Crouch, the legendary gospel performer died today. He died at Northridge Hospital Thursday afternoon. He wrote his first song at 14.

Grammy winner Jason Crabb reacts to the passing of Andrae’ Crouch:
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 
 
Marvin Winans Speaks about Andrae Crouch as well on the audio (below)
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