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Sandra Faye "Sandi" Patty (born July 12, 1956) is an American Christian music singer, known for her wide vocal range and expressive flexibility which has led critics to dub her "The Voice".First growing up in Phoenix, then San Diego, she and her brothers joined her parents in a performing group, known as "The Ron Patty Family", and sang at churches across the nation during summer holidays.Together they will share their personal struggles and triumphs as a blended family living very much in the spotlight.Learn More Gil and Brenda are sought-after speakers with a passion to encourage marriages and blended families. Saturday, April 29, at First United Methodist�s His Place -- South Campus Building, 224 N. The program will be presented by Family Life and Mrs. Advance registration can be made by calling the church, 309-944-2793, by Thursday, April 27.Patty was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, into a family of musicians; her father was a minister of music, and her mother served as the church pianist.She first performed at the age of two when she sang "Jesus Loves Me" for her church, Phoenix First Church of God (Anderson, Indiana).
A printer's error on the labeling listed her name as Sandi Patti, and she used this moniker as her stage name for the next fifteen years before correcting it to Sandi Patty.Sandi Patty is the most awarded female vocalist in contemporary Christian music history with 40 Dove Awards, five Grammy awards, and four Billboard Music Awards.Her husband, Don Peslis, serves as the Associate Pastor of Ministries at Crossings Community Church in Oklahoma City.After graduating from Crawford High School in San Diego, she attended San Diego State University and Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana, where she studied voice and conducting.While studying at Anderson University, she worked as a studio musician for area recording studios, singing background vocals and recording commercial jingles, including one for Juicy Fruit gum.
Patty's career expanded after she won her first two GMA Dove Awards in 1982 and began singing backup for Bill Gaither and the Bill Gaither Trio.