I started music ministry as drummer – Joe Mettle
Artiste of the Year in the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Joe Oscar Mettle has disclosed in an interview with Citi 97.3 FM how he got into the music industry.
In an exclusive interview with Jessica Opare Saforo on Citi FM’s Traffic Avenue, he said he got into the gospel music ministry as a drummer.
He told Jessica that there was a time he left one church for another and at his new church, the only vacant role for him in the church choir was to have joined the worship team. That was how he got actively involved in singing.
“I used to be a drummer. That is how it actually started but I left for another church and when I got there, there were drummers so I had to join the worship team and that is when I started singing,” he told Jessica.
Joe Mettle will be performing at the Victory Edition of Harvest Praise concert on Friday, 14th April, 2017 at the Accra International Conference Centre, together with American gospel minister Todd Dulaney.
Also performing at the concert will be the Harvest Chapel Choir which is seriously rehearsing to give a wonderful performance, along the drama and kids performances. The event will be in tow sessions: the afternoon and evening and there is a great line up for both.
Harvest Praise is one of the biggest gospel concerts in Ghana and has over the years grown bigger and better as it puts up the best gospel artistes to minister to people.
Tickets are available at Citi FM, Sweet Melodies FM, Sunny FM, GH One television and all radio and television stations that are partnering the event.
The event promises to be the hub of all Easter coverts in Accra as families, friends, churches, organisations and individuals converge at the Accra International Conference Centre to celebrate the death of Jesus Christ with music.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citifmonline.com/Ghana