Jaylene Johnson set to perform in Abbotsford Friday

Christian singer will play at House of James, supporting her new album

Singer Jaylene Johnson performs at House of James in Abbotsford on Oct. 14.

Christian artist Jaylene Johnson will perform on Friday, Oct. 14 at House of James (2743 Emerson St.) at 7:30 p.m.

Johnson is touring western Canada with the release of her new album, Potter & Clay.

The album comes after several years of challenges, including severe vocal impairment and, on a far more personal level, infertility.

Johnson’s voice recovered through surgery in 2014, and the night before she left for a remote cabin to write exclusively for the project, she found out she was pregnant.

The 12 original songs reflect these experiences and her deepened faith with warm, acoustically rich settings.

Potter & Clay features musical contributions from some of Canada’s finest performers.

The album’s first single, Find Us, was just released to radio, with the full album now available in stores and online as of Oct. 7.

Johnson’s month-long tour takes her throughout western Canada with her husband and six-month-old daughter.

Admission for the Abbotsford show is a suggested $10 donation. Visit jaylenejohnson.com for more information.

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