About Andraé Crouch
Andraé Crouch (born as Andraé Edward Crouch on July 1, 1942, in Los Angeles, California ), is an American Gospel musician, recording artist, songwriter, arranger and record producer. His first group was the Church of God in Christ Singers (COGICS) in 1960, which included Billy Preston who later played organ for the Beatles and Eric Clapton.  The COGICS were the first group to record the song "The Blood". Read more about Andraé Crouch on Last.fm.