Gospel Legend Andraé Crouch Dies
January 10, 2014
The music world has lost a legend. Gospel singer and songwriter Andraé Crouch died Thursday after being admitted to the hospital last weekend following a heart attack.
In his 72 years on earth, crouch worked with stars like Michael Jackson, Madonna, and Barbara Mandrell. He was also a frequent guest on CBN’s The 700 Club.
His death caps decades of an influential life and ministry.
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