Cities honor native songwriter Titus Showers

Titus Showers

Award-winning singer and songwriter Titus Showers was honored with a proclamation by Louisiana’s Tangipahoa Parish Government for his continued philanthropic and charitable contributions in the community.

The proclamation was presented by Robby Miller, Parish President and CEO. Earlier this month, Showers was also presented with the Key to the City from Hammond, Louisiana Mayor Pete Panepinto, a key to the city from Roseland, La Mayor Wanda McCoy, a certificate and pocket watch from the Clerk of Court of Tangipahoa Parish Gary Stagna, and a proclamation from Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards.

Showers is also nominated in the first round of the 2021 Stellar Awards in the categories of Song of the Year and Urban Inspirational Single/Performance of the Year for his 2020 radio hit “It’s Gonna Be Alright” (remix) featuring Jermaine Dolly. The song reached #1 on Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart in October, peaked at #9 on the Hot Gospel Songs chart, #33 on Billboard’s 2020 Year-End Hot Gospel Songs chart, and has generated over a half a million views on Youtube.

The Hammond, La native current radio single “We Need You” from his forthcoming sophomore album is climbing up the charts rapidly. The song, which is produced by Vaughan Phoenix and co-written by Showers, Ernest Vaughan and Owen Nixon is available for digital download and streaming now and the live performance music video for “We Need You” is streaming now on Youtube.

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