The Pope Invited Cleveland Native CeCe Rogers to Perform at this Year's Official Vatican Christmas Concert



Multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter CeCe Rogers is one of a handful of musicians slated to perform at next month's Vatican Christmas Concert, the official Concerto di Natale's website said.

Rogers, a Cleveland native, is known around the world for being a front-runner in the House music scene, and for his hits "Someday," "No Love Lost," and "All Join Hands."

Rogers, who now resides in New York, will join the controversial Patti Smith, who's famous for her rendition of "Gloria," which she's amended to include the line:  "Jesus died for somebody's sins/But not mine." Bob Sinclar, Steve Edwards, and the famous singing nun, Sister Christina Scuccia, who won first place on Italy's "The Voice," last year, are also scheduled to perform.

The concert takes place at the Auditorium Conciliazione in Rome on Dec. 13 at 6:30 p.m. It will also be broadcast on live television.  

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