“Music Monday” Andrae Crouch Part 3

I got to hear Andrae Crouch at the Billy Graham crusade in Memphis in 1978 and also a full concert at Memphis State University in 1981. The concert in 1981 was in front of a crowd of around 800 in a small room and I was on the 3rd row. The Billy Graham crusade was in front of over 35,000 people at the Liberty Bowl Stadium.

Tell them – Andrae Crouch & The Disciples

Andrae Crouch & The Disciples – It Won’t Be Long


Ray Charles – Andrae Crouch – The Angels Keep Watching Over Me

Uploaded on Dec 1, 2010

Wonderful gospel.

From the show: A Man and His Soul. This show was celebrating Ray’s 40 years in showbusiness. It was taped in the Coconut Grove Night Club of The Ambassador Hotel in los Angeles in August 1983. A part of the show was broadcasted by the German TV on ZDF


Andrae Crouch-I Don’t Know Why in 2011

Uploaded on May 20, 2011

Andrae Crouch & the Disciples reunited for an afternoon in April, 2011. Joining the singers were two members of their backup band, Bill Maxwell on drums and Hadley Hockensmith on guitar. Legendary bass player Abraham Laboriel was also there and played on a couple of songs. When they sang,”I Don’t Know Why”, Andrae had Sue, a woman from his church join them and at the end of the song Hadley and Abraham added a couple of burning solos.


Andrae Crouch: A Jesus Music Pioneer

Published on May 9, 2013

The late 60’s and early ’70’s were a time of tremendous upheaval in American culture as the hippie generation abandoned the values of their parents, turned to drugs and away from materialism, and went on a search for love and peace.

It was out of this tumultuous era that young, musical voices began to surface. These newly converted musicians began singing about the new hope they had found through Jesus Christ.

Andrae Crouch was one of these young voices. Go behind the scenes with him to look at this exciting era in this clip from, “First Love”.


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