Willis Canada has traveled for over 30 years spreading the love of Jesus Christ through Southern Gospel Music. He is the recipient of many prestigious honors and awards: HONORARY DOCTORATE DEGREE, WHO'S WHO IN SOUTHERN GOSPEL MUSIC, 1996 commissioned Colonel for the States of Kentucky and Georgia, an Honorary Alabama Colonel for the States of Kentucky and Georgia, an Honorary Alabama Colonel, a Colonel, Aide-de-Camp from the Governor of Virginia, an Ambassador of Goodwill Award from the states of Arkansas, Mississippi, and Florida and honorary citizen of the states of Oklahoma and Louisiana
Willis has appeared on the Trinity Broadcasting Network ("Love Special" hosted by NANCY HARMON), The Daystar Network, Dallas, Texas, Gary McSpadden Gospel Hour from Branson, Missouri and on the hit show Swann's Place. He has also appeared with Dr. Pat Robertson CBN Regent University Performing Arts Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. He has done extensive work with the Ministry to The Military, stateside and in Germany. Willis has appeared on the JIM BAKKER Show from Branson Missouri. He also has appeared as musical guest on board the ROYAL CARIBBEAN AND THE CARNIVAL CRUISE SHIPS. His tenor voice and warm personality have shared the state with CHAPLAIN BLACK (U.S. SENATE), GOLD CITY, the GREENES, JOHN STARNES, Late TEDDY HUFFAM, SHIRLEY CAESAR, KAREN WHEATON, LULU ROMAN (HEE HAW) and DONNA DOUGLAS (ELLA MAE) from the Beverly Hillbillies to name a few. Audiences have been tremendously blessed by his originiality in delivering the message in song.
Willis believes that he has been called to take God's message to all who will listen. He feels it is expedient to tell the non-Christian of God's love and saving power and to tell the body of Christ that we can be "Sealed to the Day of Redemption."
Willis has ministered to many denominational and non-denominational churches, plus crusades, camp meetings, concerts and social meetings.
Latest Project.......Willis radio singles "USE HIS NAME" and FADED ROSE were released May 2013. Airplay of his music may be heard on XM Satellite Radio