Byron Cage Bio, Age, Net Worth, Wife, Songs, Albums, I will Bless The Lord

Byron Louis Cage is an American gospel recording artist and songwriter. His award-winning albums include An Invitation to Worship and Byron Cage: Live at New Birth Cathedral.

Byron Cage Biography

Byron Louis Cage is an American gospel recording artist and songwriter. His award-winning albums include An Invitation to Worship and Byron Cage: Live at New Birth Cathedral.

Byron Cage Age

Byron Louis Cage was born on December 15, 1962. He is 56 years old as of 2019.

Byron Cage Net Worth

Byron Cage’s has an estimated net worth $8 Million.

Byron Cage Wife | Divorce

Byron married pediatric dentist, Dr. Sonya Windham Cage on May 22, 2004, before 1,000 guests at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC. They would later divorce.

Byron Cage Education

Cage started singing gospel music as a teenager. He went on to attend Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, where he was a member of the Morehouse College Glee Club. Cage also joined New Birth Cathedral in Atlanta. He also served as music director for Greater Grace Temple (PAW), in Detroit, Michigan.

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Byron Cage Career

1995-1998: Purpose and Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship Mass Choir
While signed to Atlanta International, Cage & Purpose released two live recordings: Dwell Among Us in 1995, which featured “Dwell Among Us”, “The Blood” and “The Glory Song” & Transparent in Your Presence in 1996, featuring “Forever I’ll Worship”, “He’s There” and “God’s Word”. On both albums, he served as co-producer. Cage has also made a guest appearance with the Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship Church Choir and Bishop Paul S. Morton. Cage appeared on the albums “New Thing: Experience the Fullness” in 1996 and “Bow Down & Worship Him” in 1998.

2003: Byron Cage (Live at New Birth Cathedral)
For his first recording with Gospocentric Records and after having parted ways with Purpose, Cage released his first solo LP Live at New Birth Cathedral with an accompanying DVD. Cage’s most celebrated work to date, Live showcases the production abilities of his labelmate Kurt Carr and also the writing ability of famed gospel vocalist Donnie McClurkin, on a track entitled “It Is To You” (which was actually written by UK songwriter Duke Kerr). The album’s success garnered Cage five Stellar Award wins in 2004.

2005: An Invitation to Cage Worship
On Cage’s second release from Gospocentric, An Invitation to Worship he enlists the production of PAJAM, as evident on the track entitled “We Love You”, which features J Moss, a prominent member of the production trio. On the CD/DVD set, he has found tremendous comfort in his role as a renowned worship leader on church favorites: “I Will Bless the Lord”, “He Reigns” and “Lift Him Up”. An Invitation to WorshipCage won Soul Train Award for best Gospel album and also won a Stellar Award for Song Of The Year and was nominated for three Stellar Awards and a Grammy in 2007.

2007: The Proclamation (Live at the Apollo)
Cage recorded a live CD/DVD entitled The Proclamation at the legendary Apollo Theater on April 26, 2007 in New York City. The project featured special guests Kelly Price, Kim Burrell, & Dave Hollister and was produced by his An Invitation to Worship collaborators, PAJAM. Cage won a Stellar Award for Contemporary Male Vocalist Of The year. The album was released on September 18, 2007.

2009: Faithful to Believe
Byron recorded Faithful to Believe live in Detroit on Friday, March 13, 2009. The album features special guests Karen Clark Sheard, Tye Tribbett and Marvin Winans. Grammy Award winner and Israel Houghton’s writing/producing partner Aaron Lindsey handled the production. Cage won Male Vocalist Of The Year for this project. The album was released on October 27, 2009.

2012: Memoirs of a Worshipper
Byron released his next album Memoirs of a Worshipper’ on Tuesday, June 19, 2012, ‘recorded live at Christ Universal Temple in Chicago. The album featured special guest Clifton Ross, Fred Hammond & Mumen “Mookie” Ngenge. Byron teamed up again on this project with Stellar Award-winning producer Aaron Lindsey. This album features the single Great and Mighty.

Byron Cage Albums

  • 1995: Dwell Among Us
  • 1996: Transparent in Your Presence
  • 2003: Byron Cage: Live at New Birth Cathedral
  • 2005: An Invitation to Worship
  • 2007: Live at the Apollo: The Proclamation
  • 2009: Faithful to Believe
  • 2012: Memoirs of a Worshipper

Byron Cage Movies

  • The Cosby Show

Byron Cage Awards

Award

Year

Music

Category

Result

Stellar Awards

2007

An Invitation to Worship

Praise and Worship CD of the Year

Nominated

Stellar Awards

2007

I Will Bless the Lord

Song of the Year

Won

Stellar Awards

2007

An Invitation to Worship

Recorded Music Package of the Year

Nominated

Stellar Awards

2007

An Invitation to Worship

Male Vocalist of the Year

Nominated

Grammys

2006

An Invitation to Worship

New Gospel Album of the Year

Nominated

NAACP Image Awards

2006

An Invitation to Worship

Best Gospel Performance

Nominated

NAACP Image Awards

2006

An Invitation to Worship

New Gospel Album of the Year

Nominated

Stellar Awards

2004

Live at New Birth Cathedral

Male Vocalist of the Year

Won

Stellar Awards

2004

Live at New Birth Cathedral

CD of the Year

Won

Stellar Awards

2004

The Presence of the Lord Is Here

Song of the Year

Won

Stellar Awards

2004

Live at New Birth Cathedral

Producer of the Year

Won

Stellar Awards

2004

Live at New Birth Cathedral

Contemporary CD of the Year

Won

Byron Cage Songs

 

  • All the Glory
  • Anyhow
  • Anyhow (Feat. Dave Hollister)
  • At His Feet
  • Bishop’s Sermon
  • Bless The Lord
  • Breathe
  • Broken but I’m Healed
  • Broken But I’m Healed (Radio Edit)
  • Broken But Im Healed
  • Byron Cage Medley
  • Byron Cage Medley: Glory Song / Yet Praise Him / Shabach
  • Byron Cage Medley: Yet Praise Him
  • Dwell Among Us
  • Earth Has No Sorrow
  • Faithful to Believe
  • For My Good
  • Forever I’ll Worship
  • Glory Song
  • Glory to Your Name
  • God’s Word
  • Good Anyhow
  • Goodbye
  • Gratitude
  • Great & Mighty
  • Hallelujah
  • He Reigns
  • He Will Answer
  • He’s There
  • Higher
  • Holy Holy Holy
  • I Can’t Hold It
  • I Give You Praise
  • I’m Blessed
  • I’ve Got a Reason
  • I Will Bless the Lord
  • If You Never
  • If You Never (feat. Kim Burrell & J Moss)
  • Imagine Heaven
  • In Case You’ve Forgotten
  • In the Midst
  • In The Midst featuring Tye Tribbett
  • Interlude
  • Interlude: Closing Prayer
  • Intro
  • Introduction
  • Introduction: Bishop Eddie L. Long
  • Invitation
  • It Is to You
  • Jesus Will Fix It
  • Just Knowing Jesus
  • Lift Him Up
  • Like No Other
  • Lord Take Me Higher
  • Lord, You Are My Everything
  • Loving Hands
  • Magnify
  • Majesty
  • Medley
  • Medley: Glory Song / Yet Praise Him / Shabach
  • Mender
  • Mighty One
  • More Than You’ll Ever Know
  • My Refuge, My Strength
  • My Sheep
  • Never Too Busy
  • Out of Them All
  • Praise Him
  • Praise the Name of Jesus
  • Presence of the Lord is Here
  • Rain
  • Rain on Me
  • Rejoice In The Lord
  • Royalty
  • Shabach
  • Simply Yes
  • Special Place
  • Still Say Yes
  • Thank You
  • Thank You (Reprise)
  • Thankful
  • That’s What You Are to Me
  • The Blood
  • The Glory Song
  • The Presence of the Lord
  • The Presence of the Lord Is Here
  • The Proclamation
  • There Is a Name
  • Thou Art a Shield for Me: Psalm 3
  • Thou O Lord
  • Throne
  • Transparent
  • Troubles Away
  • Victory
  • We Love You
  • We Love You Lord
  • When He Comes Back
  • With All of My Might
  • Working on the Building
  • Worship the King
  • Worship the Lord
  • Yielded Vessel
  • You
  • Your Spirit