Cutting edge Southern Gospel group, New Legacy Project, have just released a new lyric video of their breakout song "I'll Stand," which was written by tenor singer, Paul Secord, in support of all the Veterans who have sacrificed so much for our great Country.
I'll Stand is the theme song for NLP's 2018 "I'll Stand" tour, which became a reality to bring attention to US Veterans and their families who don't get enough recognition and support for the sacrifice they've made on our behalf, and who are struggling through illnesses and mental health issues as a result of their service. The group's single "I'll Stand" is being placed in the hands of our Veterans, along with a letter of thanks, a bible, and other valuable resource information. NLP is working with churches across the US to deliver these "thank you" packages into Veterans Hospitals and care homes.
"I'll Stand" was produced by the legendary Scott Godsey, and recorded with Daywind Records in the Daywind Studio in Nashville. The song says in part, "I'll stand - for the ones who went before us, I'll stand. For those who took the fall, I'll stand. For the heroes who answered the call. For the brave ones who gave it their all - I'll stand." Of the video, Scott Godsey commented, "We are excited to get this [song] out to radio and it was great to have you at our studio. The video turned out great!"
NLP owner, Rick Price, says "We just wanted to release a lyric video on Veterans Day that would express our love and appreciation for the men and women who have defended us without thought of their own comfort or safety. They are the ones who give us the freedom to do what we do every day - worship with complete freedom in our great Nation. You can't give enough to out give their sacrifice."
The video can be viewed on the group's FaceBook page.
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