Ghana’s 2013 Gospel Artist of the year Herty Borngreat is lacing her boots for the first edition of what would become the annual ‘Be My Guest’ executive concert slated for September.
“My management came up with the concept for this concert to further strengthen the bond of friendship and family between me and my different sets of public. As the name goes, I would be hosting different sets of guest and this first one would be an executive from my fan base,” Herty explained.
She added: “Sometimes, there is the need to reach out, host people, interact with them, listen to them and forge some healthy bond that keeps you together and that is what would be happening aside a special music ministration I would be putting up.
The concert is being put together by Borngreat Music Productions, managed and owned by the musicians husband, Rev. Daniel, on a very quiet note celebrated his birthday last month, July 27 to be precise.
The off camera event would have passed without notice but for a status update Herty put on her facebook wall: Hello family today is my husband’s birthday. I’m very very happy today because I don’t know what I would have done without him. I really thank God for his life.
I pray that he lives longer, stronger and richer. See, he is my first love and the father of my six children. I stand on behalf of my six children and family to wish him a happy, happy sweetest birthday. We love him soooooo much.”
The award winning musician is currently pushing her latest release, “Stronger’ which is the title track of her upcoming third album. ‘Stronger’, also known as ‘People Dey Wonder’, was taken from Isaiah 40:31 which reads, “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and the shall walk, and not faint.”
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