Critically acclaimed singer, songwriter and author Audrey Assad launches a PledgeMusic campaign today at http://pledgemusic.com/audreyassad, inviting participants in the journey toward the release of her third independent album and first new album of all new songs in four years, Evergreen.
The Beatitudes Project, a book, an album and a film (www.thebeatitudesproject.com), shines a spotlight on today's meek, especially those who are marginalized and displaced, including the millions of refugees fleeing war-torn areas like Syria.
The Beatitudes showcases 18 new tracks (plus 2 bonus tracks) from multiple GRAMMY and Dove Award-winning artists, leaders in their respective genres of Christian/Worship music from Stugiology Music with management, marketing and distribution through The Fuel Music.
Critically acclaimed singer, songwriter and author Audrey Assad is passionate about the plight of refugees. In a video recently released by the creative director at Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago, Blaine Hogan, following the recent news on immigration from the Trump administration, Assad shares her personal story as the daughter of a Syrian refugee who fled his home country to make a life in the US.
Beatitudes Album Featuring Industry-Leading Artists Releases April 21
Critically lauded singers, songwriters and authors Audrey Assad and Andrew Peterson launch "The Edge of Dawn Tour" Feb. 25 in Richardson, TX. The multi-state, multi-denominational church tour will run through late March and will feature new music and fan favorites from each of these artist's celebrated song repertoire.
Set for release spring 2017, The Beatitudes Project - a book: Words From the Hill (An Invitation to the Unexpected) from NavPress, a full-length album: Beatitudes with The Fuel Music, and a documentary film currently in the works - reveals a wide world of connected stories: real people from all faiths and walks of life who embody mercy, poverty, meekness, the hungry and thirsty, the peacemakers, the mourners, and the pure in heart-as seen, heard and experienced through a twenty-first century lens.
Singer-songwriter Audrey Assad releases her Winter EP from Fortunate Fall Records with Tone Tree Music distribution.
Critically lauded singer, songwriter and author, Audrey Assad, steps out from behind the piano to lead four new versions of songs from her five-star acclaimed and No. 1 selling Adult Contemporary (CMTA / SoundScan) album, Inheritance, released earlier this year.
Six months of the year 2016 have passed, this year we have a slew of worship albums released. Here's our top 10 favorite worship albums released this year tagged with a snippet and a link to our original reviews.
As the daughter of a Syrian refugee, critically lauded singer, songwriter and author, Audrey Assad, is passionate about the plight of refugees. Having spoken about art, faith, womanhood, justice and pornography addiction at numerous Catholic and Evangelical events, she now also joins We Welcome Refugees, World Vision, The Justice Conference, World Relief and Q Ideas, in bringing awareness to the refugee crisis.
Critically lauded singer, songwriter, author and charismatic Catholic, Audrey Assad, joined Mike Bickle,Francis Chan, Matt Maher, Misty Edwards and more during the International House of Prayer of Kansas City's (IHOPKC's) annual Onething young adult conference held last December.
Forerunner Music, the official record label of the International House of Prayer of Kansas City (IHOPKC), releases its much anticipated music offering, Onething Live: Love Makes Us Strong, April 15 through digital and physical retail outlets everywhere with New Day Distribution.
Critically lauded singer, songwriter and author, Audrey Assad, internationally released her highly-anticipated, five-star acclaimed and No. 1 selling album, Inheritance, last month on Fortunate Fall Records with Tone Tree Music distribution. Today, the first single from the recording, "Holy, Holy, Holy," goes for radio adds nationwide.
How many artists, secular or Christian, can be spotted wearing a pair of glasses on their album front? In both her debut and sophomore records for Sparrow Records, Assad is spotted in her thick rimmed glasses. Visually this may set her apart from her peers, but it's also an ominous sign that this lady doesn't bend to conventional platitudes.