One-On-One With Byron Cage (GT Connext)

In the July/August 2012 issue of Gospel Today, we chatted with Byron Cage about his newest release, Memoirs of a Worshipper. He shared how he feels about live recordings, what it was like working with long-time friend and industry favorite Fred Hammond, and more!

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Of course, we couldn\’t fit everything into the print magazine, so here are a few quick and quirky facts from Byron Cage.

GT: If you weren\’t a singer, what would you be doing?

Byron Cage: I\’d be an actor.

GT: When you\’re on airplane, are you most likely to: (a) fall asleep, (b) read a book, (c) watch a movie, or (d) listen to music?

Byron Cage: I usually do all of the above!

GT: What\’s your biggest pet peeve?

Byron Cage: Selfish people.

GT: Where do you see yourself, and your ministry, in five years? What are some things you’d like to do that you haven’t yet done?

BC: I am praying that the Lord will broaden my territory through social media networks, television, radio, movies and stage plays. I\’d love to really pursue an acting career professionally.

Also, check out the lyric video for “Great & Mighty,” the lead single from Memoirs of a Worshipper



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