Sherman Andrus Sr. is a living legend in Gospel music and is best known as the man who broke the “color barrier” by becoming the first African American lead singer of a mainstream Christian music group, The Imperials. He sang professionally with Andrae Crouch and The Disciples, The Imperials, Andrus, Blackwood and Company, and Andrus and Bingle. As a member of The Imperials he also sang with Pat Boone and Jimmy Dean and was a friend of Elvis Pressley. Sherman is a Godly man, a Grammy and Dove Award winner, Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee, song writer, producer, soloist, friend, mentor, father and husband. From humble beginnings in Louisiana to top performance venues like Carnegie Hall and Las Vegas, concert halls and churches throughout the world, Sherman has lived a life of “firsts” filled with joy and heartbreak. He has been forever faithful to God and has consistently shared the Gospel, speaking and singing the truth in love.