Becca Bradley, a Nashville-based worship leader, accomplished musician and recording artist, has just released her brand new single "On that Silent Night." Featuring Bradley's bright pop vocal style reminiscent of Leigh Nash and her signature gifting as an accomplished cellist, her songs and voice are infused with remarkable emotional range.
Of the new Christmas single, Bradley writes: "If you didn't get it last year, you should head to iTunes and download my Christmas song, "On That Silent Night!""
The song brings us back to the night Christ was born. "On that silent night/A holy light/Was born to bear the sin of all mankind/He left His throne/Became flesh and bone/He'll grow up to be the savior of our souls/What was it like to look into the eyes/Of the baby that brought love to life?"
Moving to Nashville and graduating from Belmont University, Becca Bradley has played alongside such notable artists as Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith and various other accomplished bands and artists. She spent a year on tour with Francesca Battistelli, playing and singing in the background-making appearances on national shows like Good Morning America and Fox & Friends. Bradley also had the opportunity to perform with other artists on the nationally televised CMA Awards and several CMA Country Christmas specials, before connecting with Jason Gray for a Christmas tour in 2014.
2014 further marked the debut of her first solo EP, Shaken, serving as a springboard for her current release,The Lion's Eyes. "I have been eagerly anticipating the release of this new record, and I can't wait to hear the stories of how God uses it to speak life and hope into hurting hearts," says Bradley. "My team and I prayed over every step of this project. Every note sung, every chord played, every decision made in the mixing process - it was all done out of a place of prayer and worship, and I believe that God will honor that that by using these songs to advance His Kingdom. I hope and pray that people will be moved by this record."