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Taranda Greene


Taranda Greene was the soprano singer for the Greenes from 1998-2010. She was the wife of fellow group member Tony Greene. After Tony passed away in 2010, Taranda embarked on a solo career. In 2015 she began singing with Doug Anderson and Jody McBrayer. They eventually chose the name Cana's Voice for the new group..

Solo Discography

2005 A Thing Called Love (ACA Records/18290): Made To Love; Redeemer; Blessing; Isabella; There You Are; Sky Full Of Angels; Welcome Home; Pray For The Fish; Across The Miles; I Simply Love You.

2014 Stronger: Stronger; Where Amazing Happens; Shackles; Awake My Soul; Deepest Praise; Healer; Promise; A Little More Jesus; If I Could; Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain; All I Need; The Sound.

2015 Spirit Of Christmas: Still Still Still/O Holy Night; Give Love On Christmas Day; Cool Yule/Up On The Housetop; Who Would Imagine A King; Jesus What A Wonderful Child; I Wander As I Wander; That Spirit of Christmas; Auld Lang Syne.

2018 The Healing (Stow Town Records): Somebody Told Me About Jesus; New Kingdom Rising; Mercy Has Changed Me; Nothing But The Blood Medley; Hallelujah, Praise The Lamb; Uphill Climb; When I Think About You; The Stone Is Rolled Away; He's Been Faithful (featuring Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir); When The Healing Comes.

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