Acclaimed songwriter, praise leader and choir director JJ Hairston and revered choir Youthful Praise will host their seventh live recording, Monday, November 4 Hartford, CT . The live recording will create their seventh album I See Victory.
Following on the heels of their acclaimed #1 album After This, which topped Billboard’s Gospel chart and included the songs “After This,” the ballad “Grateful,” and “Lord Of All” (feat. Bishop Hezekiah Walker) among others
One of gospel’s most beloved performers, with hits such as “Awesome God,” “Incredible God…Incredible Praise,” “Resting On His Promise,” “Lord You’re Mighty” continuing to impact listeners and churches around the world, JJ Hairston & Youthful Praise return to host their live album recording at The First Cathedral, Hairston’s Hartford-area home church, where he also serves as the Director of Music Ministry.
Showcasing new music, the prolific songwriter, producer and the exceptional Youthful Praise, together with their special guests, will deliver the awesome spirit and rousing music of God’s powerful blessings to fill the cathedral.
Hairston & Youthful Praise will be joined by award-winning artists Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Karen Clark-Sheard, VaShawn Mitchell, Pastor Jason Nelson, Deon Kipping, Elder Fondrea Lynn Lewis, Lowell Pye and more.
JJ Hairston & Youthful Praise’s I See Victory live recording will take place at The First Cathedral, 1151 Blue Hills Avenue, Bloomfield, CT 06002, on November 4 @ 7 p.m. Tickets are available online at yprecording.eventbrite.com or at The First Cathedral, or the Cathedral of Praise in Bridgeport, CT. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. The doors will open at 6 p.m.
Says Hairston, “Join me and Youthful Praise for an incredible live recording experience, to discover the victory, the blessings, the powerful guidance and more that God is sharing with us all through His daily love and potent lessons. With special guest performances in store, together we will fill the rafters and be lifted with the sounds of extraordinary praise and worship.”