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Many times in musical history, singers have decided to form agroup and keep the news quiet while they rehearse and make crucial decisionsconcerning song selections, record companies, etc. Invariably, however, wordgets out in the music industry. For several months now, that is exactly whathas been happening, and the exciting news is being discussed by singers andmusicians all around the country. It is now public knowledge that iconic gospelsingers, Jody McBrayer, TaRanda Greene and Doug Anderson have officially unitedtheir talents to form the incredible vocal group, Cana’s Voice.

Jody McBrayer traveled 12 years with the highly acclaimed andmulit-award winning group, Avalon. His vocal abilities helped garner 21 #1songs, 3 Grammy nominations, over 4 million records sold and 3 Dove Awards forthe popular CCM group. In 2003, the group earned the American Music Award forBest Contemporary Inspirational Artist.

Due to her awe-inspiring ability to deliver a song, TaRandaGreene has also received many prestigious awards. Her powerful voice andtestimony have landed her as a regular featured vocalist on Grammyaward-winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir projects. She has been invited to singat the United Nations, as well as in the largest churches across the world. Shehas been a regular on the In Touch Network and Turning Point Ministries.TaRanda is respected and admired by singers and musicians as an example ofvocal excellence.

As a founding member of Signature Sound, phenomenally talentedDoug Anderson has traveled the globe, appearing in countless sold-out venues.Doug has garnered a Grammy nomination and 13 Dove Awards as both a soloist andas a member of Signature Sound. During his time with the group, they had threevideos and one CD attain Gold status in Billboard sales.

With several live appearances behind them, Cana’s Voice is nowset to release their first recording project, This Changes Everything.Working with award-winning producer Wayne Haun, they carefully selected 13songs designed to offer hope to the hopeless. While they want to send theirmessage of God’s love and redeeming grace to as many people as possible, theyare particularly concerned for those who are on the edge of giving up on God,Christianity and the church.

Utilizing the skills of songwriters Haun, Joel Lindsey, TommySims, CeCe Winans and many other great writers, the project is sure toencourage and inspire. Leading off with an upbeat tune by Sims and Winans,“Heavenly Father” is a prayer acknowledging complete dependence on God and anongoing need to receive His help. A remake of the classic Truth ballad “Jesus Never Fails” appears early onthe project. In another remake, Cana’s Voice incorporates the Gaither Vocal Bandselection “There is a Mountain,” by Marcus Hummon and Robin Ann Boudreau, toremind listeners to cross life’s mountains with Jesus’ help.

Listeners are not left with the impression that they can simplybe recipients of God’s love. In a song written by by Rachel McCutcheon, HelgaKaefer, & Whitney Walker, the group uses the Luke 7 account of an outcastwoman wiping Jesus’ feet with her hair to admonish listeners to “Love Anyway.”

For Cana’s Voice, this message of hope and perseverance comesfrom a very personal place. “There’s a lot more to a group than just the music.We all had similar stories,” Anderson shares. These trio members found theirgroup identity and name from the John 2 account of Jesus turning water intowine at a wedding feast in Cana. “What is so significant to the three of us isthe vessels Jesus used to create that miracle,” Greene explains. “They werebroken and old, had fulfilled their purpose and had seen better days, but Jesusused them for a purpose that was even better than the first. As we sang ourfirst note together, we realized God isn't finished with us. Just like thosebroken vessels, we have been repurposed for such a time as this. We want tocarry the gospel to the world with humility, knowing where we've come from,knowing God is guiding our every step; believing in the Heavenly Father to beexactly who He is. We stand as a voice for the broken and wounded, redeemed bythe blood of the Lamb for a higher calling. We are Cana's Voice.” McBrayeradds, “Our prayer is that God would give us a platform to change the lives ofmany people by telling of His grace and mercy.”

As the trio uses the stage to minister from personal experienceof persevering through life’sdifficulties, Cana’s Voice strives to help audiences understand theimportance of pressing on through hard times and believing that God has agreater plan.