Andrae Crouch Tour Postponed due to Health


Andrae Crouch Tour has been postponed due to his health.

After being hospitalized earlier this week the  Andrae Crouch had to be postponed and he is now resting comfortably at home.

The Andrae Crouch Tour “Let the Church Say Amen” was scheduled to kick off  this holiday season in Philadelphia with Riverphlo Entertainment, the tour has been postponed until April with the revised tour scheduled being announced before the Christmas holiday.

Other artists scheduled to accompany Andre Crouch included CeCe Winans, Marvin Winans, Donnie McClurkin, Gerald Albright, Isreal Houghton  and Marvin Sapp.

“Andraé is talking and alert and resting comfortably,” reports his sister, Sandra Crouch. “On behalf of Andraé and the Crouch Family, we appreciate your prayers for a quick and speedy recovery,” said adds.

About Andrae Crouch:

Andraé Edward Crouch is an award-winning gospel musician, recording artist, songwriter, arranger, and producer. Born July 1, 1942 in Los Angeles, California, he was a key figure in the Christian Music movement of the 1960s and 1970s. His religious songs have been performed by Elvis Presley, Paul Simon, and church choirs and other musical groups around the world. He has won eight GRAMMY® awards, six GMA Dove awards and received an Oscar nomination. Crouch was inducted into the Gospel Music Association’s Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1998.





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