Contemporary Christian Singer, Patty Cabrera, Returns to PUC
by Mike Mennard
Contemporary Christian singer, Patty Cabrera, will bring her high energy music to the Pacific Union College Amphitheater on Saturday, September 20, 1997, at 4:00 p.m. Cabrera graduated from PUC in 1991, and each return is an event worth taking in.
Of her music, Cabrera says she is "a product of her environment where music is concerned." She grew up with Salsa, Merengue, R&B, and Motown; and her second album, Always & Forever, released on Curb Records, reflects these influences.
Cabrera's been busy since the release of her debut, self-titled album in 1991. In 1996, People selected Cabrera as one of the 50 most beautiful people. In 1995, she actively participated in the internationally televised Billy Graham Crusade in Puerto Rico, co-writing the theme song for the event and appearing in two videos. In 1994, Cabrera sang the national anthem for opening night of the Republican National Convention.
Still, despite recent accolades, Cabrera's faith remains her highest priority. She describes her faith as "a process of learning how to stay open to hear what God says."
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