International gospel artiste, William McDowell will be performing his flagship gospel hit song ‘I Give Myself Away’ tonight at the Accra International Conference Center. But he maintains the real audience during a worship service is not the audience, it is God.
"I didn't come to sing to Ghanaians, we all came to sing together to God and that is exactly what is gonna happen tonight," he remarked during an interview with Doreen Andoh, host of the Cosmopolitan mix on Joy FM.
A first timer?
It's the worship pastor's first time in Ghana and he shared his initial reaction to the choice of his latest performance destination.
"I was excited. I have been waiting for the opportunity to come here for quite some time. This is my 30th country in nearly 3 years."
The former music Director for Ron Kenoly, intimated that his team has been receiving emails, tweets, facebook messages from Ghanaians and it showed 'a hunger' adding that "you wanna come wherever you are wanted".
A growing gospel favourite
In response to how he feels about his albums "Alive" and "As we worship" gathering a growing listenership in Ghana, Williams remarked it is "overwhelming and very humbling" to know but was quick to give the glory to God insisting, that "I make projects for God".
Also on the night will be performances by Rev. Danny Nettey, Joe Mettle, Tagoe Sisters, Soul Winners and Denzel. The concert will be followed by a seminar at Action Chapel on the 16th March 2013.
The event is organized by Destiny Global Consult in partnership with MultiTv and sponsored by Delta airlines, Global Media Alliance, Samsung Galaxy, Glico and several others.