If you’re looking for some new tunes, here are some albums that will be hitting stores this Friday!
Josh Wilson’s “That Was Then, This is Now”
Originally from Lubbock, Texas, Josh Wilson is known for his unique songwriting and his skill with instruments (some instruments he plays include the guitar, hammered dulcimer, drums and piano.) Wilson now lives in Nashville and in 2012 he was honored with the “Christian Songwriter/Artist of the Year” award from The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. The title track from Wilson’s latest offering is flying up the charts, and this will be his fourth studio album overall.
Kristene DiMarco’s “Mighty (Live from Redding, California)”
(Praise & Worship)
A worship leader from Niagara Falls, New York, Kristene DiMarco began making music as a singer/songwriter in 2008. Over the years she has worked with Jesus Culture Music and Bethel Music, released two solo albums, and currently serves as a worshop leader at Justice House of Prayer in San Francisco. She currently lives in Redding, California with her husband and daughter.
Booth Brother’s “Still”
Originally formed in 1950, this band of brothers made music for thirteen years before disbanding. In 1990, Ron Booth and his sons Michael and Ronnie Jr started up the band again, recorded several albums and touring. Ron Booth Sr. has since retired and Paul Lancaster has taken his place. The Booth Brother’s album “Room for More” was nominated for two Dove Awards and a Grammy Award for “Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album.”
Bethel Music’s “Without Words: Synesthesia”
(Praise & Worship)
Originally formed as a worship group at Bethel Church in Redding, California, Bethel Music describes itself as an artist collective (fifteen artists in total,) record label, and publishing company. Well known for their song “You Make Me Brave,” the group tours internationally and according their website, their goal is to “partner with what God is doing in communities around the world and see heaven invade earth.” Earlier this year, Bethel Music visted Africa and led worship there.