One of the most honored gospel vocalists of the 1990s, Dottie Peoples debuted with two 1991 cassette albums, Is It Worth It All? and Surely God Is Able, then broke out with her 1993 LP Live, which caused her to be nominated for a Stellar Award for Best Female Solo Performance: Traditional. Her next effort, On Time God, won her four Stellar Awards -- for Traditional Female Vocalist, Traditional Choir, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year (the title track). She also won the prestigious Vision Award that year. Another Female Vocalist of the Year award followed in 1996, and she was additionally nominated at the Soul Train Awards and Dove Awards. Peoples has also performed with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She released Testify in 1997, God Can & God Will followed two years later, and Show Up & Show Out was issued in fall 2000. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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