Baltimore certainly has an abundance of culture, diversity and talent. It has been a huge blessing to be able to capture some of the most gifted individuals, groups and ministries in the areas of dance, art, music and more. The Baltimore Christian Living Examiner is very proud to be able to support some of the city’s finest and provide readers highlights, updates and interviews showcasing this talented group of people. It is with pleasure that we present to you another gifted young man who is no stranger to the world of performance and has been sharing his gift of music (percussion, keyboard, vocalist, writer/producer) and comedy for a number of years now. Carl “C-Man” Anderson is definitely one to watch and is not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ as he gives God all of the glory. The Baltimore Christian Living Examiner will be doing a more formal sit down interview with the talented young man in the near future, so stay tuned.
In the interim, you can catch one of his many local performances by visiting his official website for show venues and dates at http://www.c-manproductions.com/. Also available are clips featuring some of his performances as well as links to purchase the artists’ debut CD.
On Friday, May 6, 2011 you can catch C-Man live on the percussion along with other musicians and vocalists at the Reginald F. Lewis African American Museum in Baltimore. Kick off your weekend with C-Man and Connected who will be performing for your listening enjoyment. Doors open at 7pm and tickets are between $15-$20. Contact the museum directly at 443-263-1800 for details and you can also find both C-Man and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum on Facebook.