Gayla, whose heartfelt song testimonials and soul lifting voice tunes have been introducing folks to God since she began singing in a Ft. Myers, Florida church at the age of three, is releasing her sophomore album, “Broken” due for release in March 2011.
Though singing was what she was assigned to do, it’s not all that she does for people’s souls. When she is not singing at charitable events for organizations like the Edison Pageant of Light Art Festival, the United States Postal Service, the Coconut Christmas Charity, the National Bowling Association Scholarship Program, Echo Juvenile Facility and Flossie Garden Elderly Center, Gayla is dedicating her time to helping those who are disadvantage in the community. She currently serves as the gospel coordinator for NFL Player Jevon Kearse Foundation, a position she has held for 10 years.
If you ask Gayla, why she works so hard for God she will tell you, “I am here to make a difference in lives through music. My prayer is that the young and old can be healed, saved and delivered through my singing ministry. I am here to change lives and the touch the broken hearted.”