As the Fourth of July nears, the Jordan Family Band is continuing to celebrate the flag with a video for their latest single, "Old Glory Waves."
With scenes of students saying the Pledge of Allegiance and soldiers saluting the flag, the video echos the song's message: To honor its "tried and treasured" stripes and the freedom and liberty it stands for.
"Old Glory Waves" features the Voices of Lee, a 15-member a cappella ensemble from Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee. The vocal group is known for vocal harmonies, high-energy patriotic numbers and heartfelt gospel favorites.
"Old Glory Waves" is the closing track off the Jordan Family Band's upcoming album, Reach, due out on Skyland Records on July 13.
About the Jordan Family Band
The Jordan Family Band is a family group from Georgia with a country gospel feel, that seeks to encourage, uplift, praise and ultimately to see souls saved. The group consists of Josh and Randa Jordan and their sons, Hutch, Alex Grant and a family friend who is like an adopted son to them, Keenan Atkinson. In 2017, the family released their first recording, "Joshua 24:15" on the Skyland Records and watched it propel quickly into iTunes Christian genre's Top 10 album chart. It debuted on the Billboard Christian chart at #12, then their first single climbed to #28 on the Singing News Gospel chart. The second release from the album, "My God Is Faithful" peaked at #34 on the Singing News Top 40 and also become the only Southern/Country Gospel song of 2017 to enter into iTunes Single Top 10 in the Christian genre as it peaked at #8. The family garnered more than 18 million social media views through Facebook, YouTube and Instagram throughout the year, with an acoustic video of "My God Is Faithful" gaining more than 1.5 million views in just a few days. The JFB was recently awarded AGM's, Breakthrough Artist Of The Year Award in 2018.