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Dottie Rambo Funeral
- Dottie Rambo (March 2, 1934–May 11, 2008) was an American Gospel singer, songwriter, and musician. Rambo was both a Grammy and multiple Dove award winning artist. Her musical Down By The Creekbank went platinum.
- Funeral is the debut full-length album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, released on September 14, 2004 in North America by Merge Records and on February 28, 2005 in Europe by Rough Trade Records.
- a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated; “hundreds of people attended his funeral”
- A funeral is a ceremony for celebrating, sanctifying, or remembering the life of a deceased person. Funerary customs comprise the complex of beliefs and practices used by a culture to remember the dead, from the funeral itself, to various monuments, prayers, and rituals undertaken in their honor
- The ceremonies honoring a dead person, typically involving burial or cremation
- A procession of mourners at a burial
- A sermon delivered at such a ceremony
dottie rambo funeral – Rambos Collection:
Rambos Collection: Highlighting the Songs of Dottie Rambo, 2-disc set
Song list: 1 I’m Gonna Leave Here Shoutin’ 2 He Looked Beyond My Faults 3 Is There Anything I Can Do For You 4 Midnight in the Middle of the Day 5 We Shall Behold Him 6 New Shoes 7 Follow the Leader 8 Stand by the River 9 Love Letters 10 He Was the Talk of the Town 11 Going to a Wedding 12 One More Valley 13 If That Isn’t Love 1 Mama’s Teaching Angels How to Sing 2 Sheltered in the Arms of God 3 Holy Spirit, Thou Art Welcome 4 Queen of Paradise 5 Remind Me Dear Lord 6 Tears Will Never Stain the Streets of That City 7 The Perfect Rose 8 I Will Glory in the Cross 9 When I Lift Up My Head 10 I Go to the Rock 11 Unseen Hand 12 Behold the Lamb 13 Build My Mansion
ACM Pioneer Awards; Nashville, TN
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dottie rambo funeral
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live on a tour bus, traveling from town to town, or what really goes on behind the stage before a concert appearance? What are some of the funny experiences that can happen on the road? Do overzealous fans sometimes go too far? What is it really like to get to know a famous Gospel singing legend? Larry Ferguson, manager of the late Gospel music artist and songwriter Dottie Rambo, has put pen to paper and compiled a number of adventures that answer these and many other questions in his book, Driving Ms. Dottie, co-authored by Mike Collins. The release, from Woodland Gospel Publishing, offers an enjoyable and touching “behind-the-scenes” look at living in the center of the Gospel music industry. The book also portrays the private side of Ms. Dottie that the public didn’t get to see, away from the bright lights and stage, from a unique perspective that only her manager could tell. As Dottie herself revealed in the book’s foreword [yes, she even gave her stamp of approval to the project!], some of the stories you’ll read will make you laugh, while others will make you cry. But overall you will be able to gain an insight into what it’s like to take the Gospel in song all over the world. Readers will find both a variety of stories and photos that focus on what may seem like an unlikely compilation of cherished friends, including Dolly Parton, Bill Anderson, Lily Tomlin, the Crabb Family, Stella Parton, Eva Mae LeFevre, Michael Sykes, Benny Hinn, Mark Lowry, Carol Channing, Barbara Mandrell, Tammy Faye Messner, Joan Rivers, Amy Grant and Vince Gill, the Gaither Homecoming Friends and others. Larry also pays homage to both Vestal Goodman (Dottie’s closest friend) and Jake Hess. Larry tells the story behind Dottie’s 2003 Stand By the River recording session with friend, Dolly Parton. Dolly Parton wrote about this title: “I am very honored to be included in his book, Driving Ms. Dottie. (I, too, love Ms. Dottie!). Larry has done a wonderful job, and I’m sure you readers will enjoy it.” Homecoming Friends’ comedian Aaron Wilburn, after reading a pre-release copy of the book, said: “Jump in for a joyride as Larry Ferguson takes us on a journey of laughter and reflections in Driving Ms. Dottie–and best of all, everybody gets a window seat and Larry pays for the gas! Bless his heart!”