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 couldnâ€™t fit everything into the print magazine, so here are a few quick and quirky facts from Byron Cage.
GT: If you werenâ€™t a singer, what would you be doing?
Byron Cage: Iâ€™d be an actor.
GT: When youâ€™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: Whatâ€™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. Iâ€™d love to really pursue an acting career professionally.
Also, check out the lyric video for â€œGreat & Mighty,â€ the lead single from Memoirs of a Worshipper…