Carter S. Anderson II

icon-newWorship leader, recording artist, and songwriter Carter Anderson was born in Kentucky and raised in southern Maryland.  He discovered his love for music and started singing at an early age.  

Carter’s win during Amateur Night at the world-famous Apollo Theatre motivated  him to complete and release his first album in 2005 entitled "Not The Last Gentleman". This secular album, produced by Terry Lewis, Elise Perry, and others, launched him into his solo music career. However, God had a different plan for Carter. While working on the album, he became a choir member and subsequently a worship leader at Prince George's Community Presbyterian Church in 2004, under senior pastor Rev. Dr. Edward P. Harding, Jr.  This opportunity solidified Carter's love for music ministry and cemented his desire to be used by God to further His kingdom using his vocal gift.

Carter has since been blessed to minister on numerous events within the Washington DC area. He has become a staple performing the United States National Anthem for organizations including the U.S. Postal Service, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the Washington Nationals.

Carter is embarking on his CD project and is seeking to raise $18,000 to cover the production costs. He plans to have all production complete by the winter of 2016. Thank you for supporting Carter's ministry by making a tangible donation below. For more information on how you can support Carter's ministry, please contact him at: [email protected]

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