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John 4:23: 'But the hour is coming and is NOW here, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Father is seeking such people to worship him.'
February 5 · 8PM · Regent Chapel
Over the course of a few months, a laid-back elementary school teacher named Casey J has graduated from the classroom to the Top Ten of three different Billboard Magazine sales or airplay charts with her powerful debut radio single "Fill Me Up" (Marquis Boone/Tyscot Records). The uplifting praise and worship anthem anchors the 28-year old vocalist's forthcoming CD "The Truth" (Marquis Boone Enterprises/Tyscot Records) that hit stores and online platforms everywhere on April 21, 2015.
Casey first surfaced as one quarter of the gospel girl group 4LOVE that was featured on The Brown Boyz' Top 30 hit "Better Dayz" in the spring of 2012. Praise has been an essential part of Casey J's life from the start. Both her mother and grandmother Dorothy Mae sang in a gospel choir in Atlanta, Georgia.
At the age of 12, she joined the Atlanta Young Singers of Callanwolde and sang with them until she enrolled at the University of Georgia. Later, she began teaching and sang with 4Love before Marquis Boone launched her solo career.
"Fill Me Up is a flashback of the true worship experience I remember having during church in my grandmother's basement," says Casey. "The sound isn't a traditional church sound – it's worship in its purest form." The most important aspect of her life right now is the ministry itself. "People and worship are my heart," she adds. "I want the environment of my performances to be about the worship and not so much about me personally or my artistic persona."