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MEDIA ADVISORY, April 9 /Christian Newswire/ -- Multi-talented and multi-award winning artists Dottie Peoples, Ann Nesby, Ami Rushes and world renown comedian "Sister Cantaloupe" have merged together for the Sisters of Soul Sharing the Gospel Tour with a few limited dates in fall 2008. Currently, dates are being booked in churches with a min. seating capacity of 1,500 due to crowd control.
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Dottie Peoples: One of the most loved, respected, and honored vocalist in the industry today. Over 56 prestigious awards, nominations and recognitions fill her resume in addition to countless television appearances, tours and special performances. A vocal powerhouse!
Ann Nesby: The unforgettable vocal powerhouse who led the incomparable Sounds Of Blackness in the mid-1980's to win two Grammy awards in 1991 and 1993 as lead singer and went on to score solo hits of her own as well. She spread her artistic wings by landing a supporting role in the 2003 musical comedy The Fighting Temptations alongside Cuba Gooding Jr. and Beyonce Knowles.
Ami Rushes: Her introduction to gospel music was through Rev. Cleveland! Marrying her music ministry with her philanthropic nature, Rushes decided to get involved with Save Africa's Children, a charity founded by her pastor, Bishop Charles E. Blake of the West Angeles Church of God in Christ in Los Angeles, California.
Comedian Sister Cantaloupe: Gospel Comedian Trina Jeffrie is well known for her character "Sister Cantaloupe" a cat eyeglasses wearing, loud colorful and loud speaking church-going sister. Often compared to Tyler Perry's character "Madea." She has been deemed the "First Lady of Gospel Comedy".