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Dottie Peoples Wiki/Biography
Dorothy Peoples was born on the 12th August 1950, in Dayton, Ohio USA, and is a gospel singer. Among others, she is the winner of NAACP, Grammy Awards and Stella Awards. Dottie has been active in the industry since the 1960s.
How much is the net worth of Dottie Peoples? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $3 million, as of the data given in the middle of 2017. Gospel music is the main source of Peoples’ modest fortune.
Dottie Peoples Net Worth $3 Million
To begin with, the girl was raised in Dayton, and started singing at an early age. After matriculation from high school, she was invited to tour with the gospel singer Dorothy Norwood, a member of the band The Caravans. When the tour was finished, she briefly joined a jazz ensemble, and performed at various locations across the US. However, she much preferred gospel, and so returned to Atlanta and her musical roots. Still, her net worth was established.
Concerning her solo career, Peoples released her debut album “Live at Salem Baptist Church” in 1993, which brought her a number of nominations for Stella, Gospel Excellence and Dove Awards among others. In 1995, she released her second studio album “On Time God”, and it won four Stella Awards in the categories of the Female Vocalist of the Year, the Song of the Year, the Album of the Year and Choir of the Year; moreover, Dottie won a Vision and an Atlanta Gospel Choice Award.
In the 1990s, Dottie organised a number of tours together with other well known gospel singers including Jasper Williams, Kirk Franklin and Shirley Caesar. During that time, she has released the albums “Count on God, Live” (1996) – winning Stella and Phoenix Awards – “Testify” (1997), “The Collection: Songs of Faith & Love” (1998) and “God Can God Will” (1999). In 1997, she became the Female Vocalist of the Year, receiving the America/Gospel Excellence Award, as well as winning three Indie Awards, all helping her net worth.
Even though her popularity declined in the new millennium, Dottie Peoples continued her work, in the beginning of the 2000s releasing three albums – “Show Up and Show Out” (2000), “Churchin’ with Dottie” (2001) and “The Water I Give” (2003). Then, she recorded the live album “Live In Memphis – He Said It” (2005) as well as another studio album “Do It” in 2008, and the same year organised and performed at the East Birmingham Church of God in Christ a free concert. More recently, she has released the album “I Got This (Live)” (2013).
Moreover, Peoples was appointed as a general manager of Church Door Records and served in the above mentioned position for many years. She was also awarded an honorary Doctor of Sacred Music from Global Evangelical Christian College.
Overall, all the above mentioned engagements have helped add sums to the total size of Dottie Peoples net worth.
Finally, in the personal life of the gospel singer, Peoples has been (or is) married, but does not reveal to whom, or much else about her private life.
|Full Name||Dottie Peoples|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 12, 1950|
|Place Of Birth||Dayton, Ohio USA|
|Education||Global Evangelical Christian College|
|Awards||Atlanta Gospel Choice Award Winner (1994), Gospel Music Workshop of America/Gospel Excellence Awards, Stellar Awards, Annual NAACP Phoenix Awards, Gospel Music Workshop of America/Gospel Excellence Awards|
|Record Labels||Church Door Records, Atlanta International Records|
|Albums||Live At Salem Baptist Church (1993), “On Time God” (1994), “Show Up and Show Out” (2000), “Churchin' with Dottie” (2001), “The Water I Give” (2003), “Live In Memphis – He Said It” (2005), “I Got This (Live)” (2013)|
|Music Groups||The Caravans (band)|
|Nominations||NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Gospel Artist|
|Movies||Dottie Peoples: Greatest Video Hits, Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan, Dirty Laundry, Dottie Peoples: God Can & God Will: Live in Atlanta, Dottie Peoples: Live in Memphis|
|TV Shows||Show Up And Show Out (2000), Dottie Peoples: Greatest Video Hits (2006), The Dottie Peoples' Showcase, Dottie Peoples: Live in Memphis (2005), Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan (2005)|
|Dirty Laundry||2006/I||Sister in the Congregation|
|The Kudzu Christmas||2002||Video||Dottie Peoples|
|Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan||2006||Video performer: "I Believe in You"|
|Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan||2006||Video||Herself|
|21st Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards||2006||TV Special||Herself|
|The Gospel of Music with Jeff Majors||2005||TV Series||Herself|
|9th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards||2003||TV Special||Herself - Presenter|
|The 44th Annual Grammy Awards||2002||TV Special||Herself|
|17th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards||2002||TV Special||Herself|
|32nd NAACP Image Awards||2001||TV Special||Herself|