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2004 Inductees

Sandi Patty

By January 1, 2018May 14th, 2019One Comment

With 40 Dove Awards and five Grammy Awards to her credit, Sandi Patty is the most awarded female artist in the history of contemporary Christian music. Her 23 albums have sold more than 11 million units, including three Platinum- and five Gold-certified albums. Recipient of the Dove Award for Female Vocalist of the Year a record 11 times, her career has spanned more than two decades as she has taken her music to very corner of the world. In 1986, she introduced herself to the nation with her rendition of the “The Star Spangled Banner” during the rededication of the Statue of Liberty, which was broadcast across the country as part of ABC’s special “Liberty Weekend.” Since then she has appeared on numerous primetime specials and shows, including NBC’s “Christmas in Washington,” “The Tonight Show,” ABC’s “Disney Christmas Special,” and “Pop Goes the Fourth” with the Boston Pops Orchestra.