Singer receives Proclamation before recording live album

State Representative Regina Barrow presented Gospel singer Jerris Cade with a Resolution and Proclamation making March 21 a day of Rebirth for Baton Rouge.

Not only has today been claimed one for new beginnings, but Rebirth is also the title of Cade’s second album.

“I hope people take away from this album that no matter what life has thrown your way, your course is still set for you to win.  God can give you a rebirthing experience (fresh start) if you just call on his name,” said Cade

To celebrate the official day of Rebirth in the capital city Cade   will be recording the album live, this evening, at United Christian Faith Ministry.

“I want capture a gumbo pot of people from different backgrounds, ethnic groups, beliefs all in one room declaring a rebirth through God on their behalf”, said Cade.

Cade’s live recording  Rebirth is free and open to the public, will be hosted by Lady D, and feature a performance from Sunday’s Best finalist Martha Buries.  Doors will open at 6:45 p.m.

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