Singing since the age of 12, Brenda Lowe has committed her life to praising the Lord in song. A native of San Francisco, her motto is "With my mouth will I make known thy faithfulness..." Psalms 89:1.
Brenda began her ministry singing in senior citizen homes, hospitals, funerals and local churches. At the age of 15 she joined the Voice of Victory community choir as well as the Bay Area Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America. This union afforded her the opportunity to sing with some of the best in the gospel field.
She has shared her gift of ministry across the country. Internationally she has traveled to Canada, Germany, Korea, Singapore and the Philippines. Currently Brenda is involved with Chuck Colson's Prison Fellowship Ministries which ministers throughout various federal and state correctional institutions.
Brenda has been a featured soloist on numerous recordings including The Sacramento Mass Choir, The Chicago Mass Choir "Right Now If You Believe", Isaac and James "Fishers of Men" and Wanda Nero Butler. In 1990 Brenda was the featured soloist at the Bay Area Gospel Music Awards and in 1991 and 1996 was nominated for the award Bay Area Gospel Female Soloist. In 1996, for the summer Olympics in Atlanta, Brenda was the voice of Africa in the Call of the Nations. In 1998, Brenda starred as Victoria in the smash gospel musical "A Street Called Straight".
Brenda's first solo recording "Waiting" included 9 selections that found favor with Traditional, Contemporary Christian and Inspirational audiences alike. She continues her ability to appeal to a broad audience with her new release "Somebody Somewhere Was Praying For Me."
Brenda's goal is to spread the word of God to all who are willing to receive it following the call in Matthew 28:19 "Go ye therefore and teach, making disciples of all the nations."
Track Listings - Somebody Somewhere
Was Praying For Me
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