For God So Loved the World
Gifted with a voice that will soothe your soul, Jeanette Harris' CD entitled, "For God So Loved The World", offers a variety of contemporary and inspirational songs that creates an atmosphere of praise. Her experiences are reminiscent in her song "Let Me Tell It" as you feel the joy that repentance has brought her. This is so as she shares in the Apostle Paul's enthusiasm, "to be all things to all people in order that they may see Christ". Her performances are electrifying and filled with praise and glory â?? you've got to move! Jeanette began singing in the church at the age of 13. However, Jeanette always had a love and inner desire to sing R&B music. Consequently, Jeanette was afforded many opportunities in the R&B genre with such Artists as Gayle Adams, Peabo Bryson, The Spinners, Skyy, BarKays and many more. When Jeanette received her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in 1989, her music became reflective of her new life, which she calls "her greatest accomplishment". Soon thereafter, Jeanette released her first recording, "This Is Why I Sing." The current CD, "For God So Loved The World", rich with heartfelt vocals, is due to be released under Amir Records. Jeanette is a member of Evangel Cathedral in Bowie, Maryland where she continues to pray, praise and worship her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Rich with experiences, Jeanette has opened for such Artists as Helen Baylor and Edwin Hawkins. Jeanette has appeared on BET's Bobby Jones Gospel Hour. Presently, a snippet of her song, "Amazing Grace" and her music video, "For God So Loved The World" is being aired on BET. While attending the Gospel Heritage Praise and Worship Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Jeanette had the opportunity to record live with The Gospel Heritage Praise and Worship Mass Choir with Evangelist Beverly Crawford, Kim Burrell, Bishop Paul Morton and many others. One accomplishment that is dear to her heart is singing the National Anthem at the historical event called "The Negro Baseball League Salute" where the artwork called "They Played Baseball" was unveiled at a press conference held at the Bay Sox Stadium in Maryland.