Riding the wave of their unprecedented success, Cana’s Voice has combined the multi-genre talents of Jody McBrayer, TaRanda Greene and Doug Anderson to create a unified message of hope for the hurting.
Their awe-inspiring harmony, coupled with the beautiful ability to deliver their personal testimonies, has propelled the vocal supergroup into the music industry spotlight. In addition to each member having well-established solo careers, Cana’s Voice comes together 30 to 40 times a year for special events, as well as exciting concert tours with such artists as acclaimed tenor David Phelps and multi-Grammy winner CeCe Winans.
Why does this matter?
Among their many concerts over the last three years, they have performed at Brooklyn Tabernacle, Bellevue Baptist Church and Shadow Mountain Community Church. They have also been a part of the National Day of Prayer events in Washington, DC, been featured at the Southern Baptist Metro One Worship Conferences and have made regular appearances at Turning Point rallies.
Next year, they will be expanding their tour into Norway, Sweden, and Australia. With countless live appearances behind them and the success of their chart-topping project, This Changes Everything, Cana’s Voice is thrilled about the release of their highly-anticipated sophomore recording project, Don’t Wanna Miss This.Utilizing the skills of today’s most prolific songwriters and working with three award-winning producers, Jim Hammerly, Wayne Haun and Jerard Woods, the group carefully selected songs designed to offer hope to the hopeless.
While they want to send the message of God’s love and redeeming grace to as many people as possible, they are particularly concerned for those who are on the edge of giving up on God, Christianity and the church.
This project is sure to encourage, inspire and remind listeners to cross life’s mountains with Jesus as their guide. For Cana’s Voice, this message of hope and perseverance comes from a very personal place.
Greene was thrust into the role of single mom and suffered from loneliness and clinical depression following the unexpected death of her first husband, Tony, in 2010. A self-described family man, Anderson and wife Michele are helping his father care for his mother on her journey with Alzheimer’s disease.
McBrayer departed multi-award winning CCM group, Avalon, and stepped into a nearly decade-long hiatus from the music industry after being diagnosed with degenerative heart disease. Little did each of them know that lessons learned while walking with God through these valleys would lead to the ministry they have found in Cana’s Voice. As they minister from personal experiences of navigating through life’s difficulties, Cana’s Voice strives to help audiences understand the importance of pressing on through hard times and believing that God has a greater plan.
McBrayer said of the trio, “When we got together to do music, the whole point of this group was to be something unique, genuine and real and to be a part of something done with excellence. We didn’t just want to get in the studio and throw some songs together, but rather, our prayer is that God would give us a platform to change the lives of many people by telling of His grace and mercy.” The platform they have been given has certainly been a fulfillment of God’s blessing on this group.