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Alice Boor
Alice Boor

from Troy

wrote on January 18, 2018 at 13:39:
It's thanks to my husband that I was introduced to the Rambo music. I love their music, and it has touched me in many ways. The music is so deep, yet so simple. My favorite is He Looked Beyond My Fault, and Saw My Need. It says everything that needs to be said.

It's thanks to my husband that I was introduced to the Rambo music. I love their music, and it has touched me in many ways. The music is so deep, yet so simple. My favorite is He Looked Beyond My Fault, and Saw My Need. It says everything that needs to be said.

jerry
jerry


wrote on December 18, 2017 at 15:06:
I first saw DOTTIE RAMBO in concert with Buck and Reba in Detroit, Michigan at the world's largest Masonic Temple, 5,000 seats in Detroit, Michigan, in about 1967. Promoter Lloyd Orrell brought all the main gospel groups into Detroit for his "all-night" singings that would often go to about 2 AM or beyond! The Rambos were there with the Happy Goodmans, LeFevres and Speers (the family groups) if memory serves me correctly. I immediately fell in love with the spontaneity and anointing of DOTTIE RAMBO as she worshiped the Lord through her singing. I can still see VESTAL GOODMAN, with hankie in hand, shouting backstage as DOTTIE sang. My life would never be the same. I became DOTTIE RAMBO's #1 fan in an instant of time. But I found out there are many #1's all over North America. To God be the glory....Jerry Boor

I first saw DOTTIE RAMBO in concert with Buck and Reba in Detroit, Michigan at the world's largest Masonic Temple, 5,000 seats in Detroit, Michigan, in about 1967. Promoter Lloyd Orrell brought all the main gospel groups into Detroit for his "all-night" singings that would often go to about 2 AM or beyond! The Rambos were there with the Happy Goodmans, LeFevres and Speers (the family groups) if memory serves me correctly. I immediately fell in love with the spontaneity and anointing of DOTTIE RAMBO as she worshiped the Lord through her singing. I can still see VESTAL GOODMAN, with hankie in hand, shouting backstage as DOTTIE sang. My life would never be the same. I became DOTTIE RAMBO's #1 fan in an instant of time. But I found out there are many #1's all over North America. To God be the glory....Jerry Boor

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  • Alice Boor / January 18, 2018:
    It's thanks to my husband that I was introduced to...
  • jerry / December 18, 2017:
    I first saw DOTTIE RAMBO in concert with Buck and...