Sandra Crouch is an American Gospel music performer, drummer and songwriter.
Sandra Crouch was born on July 1, 1942 in San Francisco, California along with her twin brother Andraé Crouch, to parents Benjamin and Catherine (née Hodnett) Crouch.
Sandra Crouch won a Grammy Award in 1984 for “Best Soul Gospel Performance, Female”. During the late 1960s through the early 1970s, she played tambourine on a number of Motown recording sessions.
Sandra and her brother Andraé had a friendship and music relationship with Michael Jackson.
Between 1993 and 1994, Crouch suffered the loss of her father, mother, and older brother. After his father’s death, Crouch and her twin brother, Andraé, took over the shared duty of senior pastor at the church her parents founded, Christ Memorial Church of God in Christ in Pacoima, California.
Sandra also suffered the loss of her twin brother Andraé Crouch, who died at the age of 72 on January 8, 2015, at Northridge Hospital Medical Center.
Until his death in January 2015, she and her brother co-pastored Christ Memorial Church of God in Christ in Pacoima, California.
On the day of her brother’s death, Crouch released the following statement: “Today my twin brother, womb-mate and best friend went home to be with the Lord. Please keep me, my family and our church family in your prayers. I tried to keep him here but God loved him best.