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The legendary Dorothy Norwood has been performing for over 40 years, sharing the stage with a number of musical icons, including rock superstars the Rolling Stones. This live set finds Norwood joined by a few of her "friends." Popular gospel vocalist Rance Allen renders a sterling performance, as he teams with Norwood on the soul-stirring "I Bind You Up (Matthew 16:19), Pts. I & II." Melvin Williams, a member of the gospel group the Williams Brothers, joins Norwood on the upbeat toe-tappers "Will You Meet Me There (aka Grandma's Song)" and "Don't Give Up," with Rance Allen coming back to join them on the latter. Long recognized as one of gospel music's leading storytellers, Norwood shows why she has earned that distinction through her narration of "World Trade Center Miracle." Also included is a guest vocal appearance from gospel great Albertina Walker, as she joins Norwood on the traditional-tinged "Till We Meet Again." ~ Tim A. Smith, Rovi


Born: 29 November 1935 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Affectionately known as "the World's Greatest Storyteller," Dorothy Norwood used her soulful vocals and uplifting delivery to rise to the upper echelon of contemporary gospel music. Five of her albums achieved gold status. Her studio work also garnered Grammy, Dove, and Stellar award nominations. Norwood was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1935 and was touring and performing with a family group at the age of eight. After she moved to Chicago in 1956, she sang with Mahalia Jackson and Reverend James...
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