Terrance Forbes releases his first CD
It was three years of writing and producing “Plead the Blood,” a six song album which features a number of already popular singles including the rake and scrape up-tempo track “I’m in love with Jesus”, the praise and worship anthem, “Holy”, and his first single and Marlin Award winning song “Plead the Blood”, and now songwriter and recording artist Terrance Forbes is ready for his debut CD’s release.
Forbes’ “Plead the Blood” CD will be released during a special concert on Friday, November 18, at the Church of God of Prophecy on East Street at 7 p.m. It is expected to attract a cross section of individuals from around the country.
Minister Necole Watson and Prophetic Praise, Edison Sumner and Voices of Praise, Carrington McKenzie, the Church of God of Prophecy Youth Brass Band, Prophetess Patrice Smith and Ricardo Clarke have also confirmed to perform at the release concert.
The album was produced by award-winning producers, Dillon McKenzie and Charles Drake, leader of the popular group Charles Drake & CMA. Copies of Forbes’ CD will be available at the concert.
The concert and album are being dedicated to the memory of the late Bishop Samuel Alleyne, pastor emeritus of the Church of God of Prophecy Ernst and York Street who was a mentor and influence in the life of Forbes, playing a major role in his creative and spiritual development.
Entrance to the concert is free, to allow as many families as possible to attend. A love offering will be taken and the proceeds will be shared between two of Forbes favorite charities, the Ranfurly Home and the Children’s Emergency Hostel.
CONCERT: Terrance Forbes releases his first CD entitled “Plead the Blood,” at a concert on Friday at the Church of God of Prophecy on East Street. Photo: Harris Media Group
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