Gospel Music artist Sally Quick has embraced the call to share Christ through music for over thirty years. She received a guitar as a gift at the age of four and was immediately captivated by music. A Tribute to Dottie Rambo is a solid foundation for Quick's new season of ministry. What began as a search for one or two songs to finish the track list for her first solo recording resulted in a tribute album to a lady who had inspired and influenced Quick's course as a songwriter. "I began to listen to different songs Dottie had written. Each one impacted me so profoundly during an extremely difficult time in my life that recording a tribute album became the obvious choice," says Quick. Hallels gave "A Tribute to Dottie Rambo" a rating of 5/5, as reviewer Timothy Yap describes Sally's vocals as, "a pensive alto that is able to express an array of emotions from the plaintive to the jubilant."


To embark on this new venture, Quick surrounded herself on this record with some of her favorite singers including Gaither Homecoming artists Reggie & Ladye Love Smith, Angela Primm, and Gale Mayes, Elaine Wilburn (Wilburns), Paul Lancaster (Booth Brothers), Misty Freeman Callaway (Freemans), Ron Hemby (Imperials), and Katy and Troy Peach (Perry's). Inspiration from her initial solo offering has subsequently led to a follow-up Hymn album entitled "Happy and Blessed." Quick is currently writing for a new album to release in 2019.


The youngest of four daughters born to a farmer and homemaker, Sally was raised in the small West Tennessee town of Bradford. She received a guitar as a gift at the age of four and was immediately captivated by music. There were two annual Gospel singings at the local high school, events that Sally scrambled to attend. During one of these concerts, she realized the call God had placed on her life. Sally Quick is determined to walk near to the heart of God. This commitment to her faith helps her to find those messages that He most wants her to write and sing about. She believes that joy is a fruit of the Spirit, not a fruit of our situation. A woman who has faced great challenges since childhood, Sally wants to share with others how they can find peace in the midst of life's storms.


For some people, starting a new venture later in life might be a little scary. But for Sally Quick, there is not much this strong woman won't tackle. In 2013, she enrolled at Motlow State Community College and ultimately finished her education at Liberty University. Quick graduated with honors in December 2017 with a Bachelor's Degree in Business and Communications. During that time, she had the privilege of studying for almost two years at Liberty University Divinity School for Biblical Studies.


Sally wants nothing more than to effectively reach others with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
"I don't know all the Lord has planned for me, but I want to stand when He says stand and move when He says move!" A lifetime commitment to ministry stems from one basic belief found in Colossians 3:23 - Do everything as unto the Lord.