Whitney Houston

“It was a pleasure to record one of Dottie Rambo's songs, "I Go To The Rock" for "The Preacher's Wife". It was one of my favorites. What a sweet lady and gifted songwriter.”

Barbara Mandrell

Every song she writes is so powerful. Anytime I am around her, whether it is in the recording studio or just talking with her over lunch, it excites me to see how God works through her. She is constantly creating songs, stories, ideas for plays or television, books, or just motivating people around her. I feel blessed to have shared "I Will Glory In The Cross" with its writer, a very special lady, Dottie Rambo.”

Sandi Patty (Facebook Page May 13, 2013)

“Oh how I love singing a Dottie Rambo lyric!!!!!"

Bill Gaither (Dottie Rambo & Her Homecoming Friends)

“In any field, there are few originals. This lady is truly an original. I don't know of anybody we respect any more than Dottie Rambo and the great creativity that has come out of her soul."

Jerry Lee Lewis:

“Dottie Rambo was a great entertainer, talented songwriter and a dear friend of mine for many years.  I feel fortunate that I had the opportunity to work with her throughout her illustrious career."

SOURCE: Variety.com

Dolly Parton

“I know Dottie is in heaven in the arms of God right now, but our earth angel will surely be missed. Dottie was a dear friend, a fellow singer, songwriter and entertainer, and as of late my duet singing partner. Dottie, ’stand by the river’ and wait for me. I will always love you.”

Kathie Lee Gifford

When I think of Dottie Rambo, I think of my favorite terry cloth robe and slippers. She's comfortable, warm and wonderful. I admire her very much for her commitment to the truth - in her life and in her music.”

David Meece (and Debbie)

“What a wonderful inspiration Dottie has been to many thousands of lives, including our own! Finally living her dreams of being home brings hope to our hearts..."

Sonya Isaacs (ICMA Awards in 2008 - Source: Billboard Magazine)

“She was a really good friend of ours and when she passed away earlier this year, it was a big shock to all of us," said Sonya Isaacs, whose family group performed the song at Rambo's funeral. "We loved Dottie and it was an honor to sing it in memory of her tonight."