Plus Jason Crabb wins another GRAMMY, and Meredith Andrews is releasing a live worship EP…
Here’s a great full circle story. A few years back, Christian Music artist, Zach Williams, was listening to the radio when Big Daddy Weave’s song “Redeemed” came on. He credits the words to that song for getting his attention and causing him to turn things around in his life. He soon wrote the song “Alive,” which he later shared with the band and now Big Daddy Weave has recorded the song with Williams and released it as their first single from their new album, expected to be released this fall.
A big congratulations to Jason Crabb who has a second GRAMMY to put on his shelf after snagging the award in the Best Roots Gospel category at this year’s ceremony.
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To God be the glory! Speechless and humbled to win a GRAMMY for Unexpected. Thank you recording academy for the honor, thank you to Jay DeMarcus and so many people who worked on and supported this. So much fun to see so many friends and to share this day with my beautiful wife and daughters along w my team. And, Thank you ALL for your love and support!!!
Meredith Andrews is treating fans to a live worship experience with her new EP, Faith and Wonder (Live), available March 8th. You can preorder the project now and check out the video for one of her new songs, “Open Over Us.”